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As the researchers explain in a study published in Marine Biodiversity, sixgill sharks belong to the genus Hexanchus, which was long thought to be comprised of just two species: the bluntnose sixgill and the bigeye sixgill.
Schools of albacore, bigeye, skipjack and yellowfin tuna circulate widely in the western Indian Ocean.
In the past, his group has scanned gars, an eel, a bowhead whale fetus, and even a 2.5-meter bigeye sand tiger shark (which didn't completely fit inside the scanner).
A crew fishing out of Venice's Cypress Cove Marina Saturday (July 1) caught a bigeye tuna that will rank as the third largest ever brought to scales in Louisiana.
That’s about $11,806 per pound for the 236.5-pound bigeye tuna caught by Trenton firefighter Rich Kosztyu in the White Marlin Open, held last August off Ocean City, Md.
To protect consumers from getting ripped off, scientists at the University of Bologna have developed a genetic test that can tell the difference between the three most popular species of tuna in Italy: skipjack, yellowfin and bigeye.
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