Atlantic bluefin tuna
Definition of Atlantic bluefin
: bluefin 2 Then in the early 1960s four West Coast purse seiners steamed east and opened a major commercial fishery on Atlantic bluefins. — Ted Williams, Audubon, July/August 1992 What was in the water that day was a congregation of Atlantic bluefin tuna, a fish that when prepared as sushi is one of the most valuable forms of seafood in the world. — Paul Greenberg, New York Times, 27 June 2010
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