Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Bluefin tuna in P.E.I. are so hungry they no longer fear humans

Warm-blooded fish with streamlined, torpedo-shaped bodies, they can accelerate faster than a Porsche 911, and reach speeds of more than 125 kilometres an hour over short distances. Despite this prowess, they're far from being conservation campaign darlings like pandas, elephants, and polar bears.

​“Here is an animal that, if it was a land animal, it would be revered," Brian Skerry, Bluefin's underwater photographer notes in the film. "Nobody would ever, I don’t think, allow it to get close to extinction. But because it’s a fish — because it’s sort of out of sight, out of mind, and cold and scaly — people don’t seem to have that same reverence."

Read the full article here: National Observer

Via: Moldy Chum 

Sharpen your hooks and don't eat Bluefin tuna.

1 comment:

Mr. Q said...

Won't even buy it at the restaurant, or Patagonian tooth fish, or shark,