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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yellowfin_tuna

The yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) is a species of tuna found in pelagic waters of tropical and subtropical oceans worldwide. Yellowfin is often marketed as ahi, from the Hawaiian ʻahi, a name also used there for the closely related bigeye tuna. The species name, albacares ("white meat") can also lead to confusion: in ...

oceana.org/marine-life/ocean-fishes/yellowfin-tuna

Because yellowfin tunas undergo such an amazing transformation in size (from being nearly microscopic to being one of the largest open ocean predators), they eat a wide variety of prey, throughout their lifetimes. At a young age, they eat tiny zooplankton, and their prey increases in size as they do. As adults, they eat fairly  ...

www.worldwildlife.org/species/yellowfin-tuna

Learn about yellowfin tuna, as well as the threats this species faces, what WWF is doing to protect its future, and how you can help.

marinebio.org/species.asp?id=139

Find out what's known about Yellowfin Tuna, Thunnus albacares, Actinopterygii, Perciformes, Scombridae, including their world range and habitats, feeding behaviors, life history, ecology, reproduction, and conservation status.

www.arkive.org/yellowfin-tuna/thunnus-albacares

The yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) is a fish built for speed and endurance. Its streamlined body is metallic dark blue on the back, blending into yellow or silver on the belly. The belly is patterned with numerous broken lines, and a vivid golden stripe runs along each side of the body, from the eye to the tail. The yellowfin ...

www.hawaii-seafood.org/wild-hawaii-fish/yellowfin-tuna

YELLOWFIN TUNA (AHI). Scientific Name: Thunnus albacares. Hawaiian Name: Ahi Japanese Name: Kihada. In Hawaii, “ahi” refers to two species, the yellowfin tuna and the bigeye tuna. It has a slimmer profile than the bigeye tuna, with distinctive soft dorsal and anal fins and finlets are bright yellow. The dorsal and anal ...

www.greenpeace.org/usa/eat-tuna-know-fish

May 5, 2014 ... Yellowfin tuna can be found either in cans or sold fresh and frozen as tuna steaks . You may also find it in sushi. The package should tell you what species it is (if it doesn't, don't buy it). Like skipjack, yellowfin are caught with purse seines, and when FADs are used, the vast majority are young yellowfin that ...

www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/fish/discover/species-profiles/thunnus-albacares

English language common names referring to this tuna include yellowfin tuna, yellow fin tuna, allison tuna, long fin tunny, longfin, Pacific long-tailed tuna, and tuna. Other common names include a'ahi (Tahitian), ahi (Hawaiian), albacora ( Portuguese), badla-an (Tagalog), bakulan (Malay), chefarote (Creole/Portuguese ), ...

www.igfa.org/species/60-tuna-yellowfin.aspx

Tuna, yellowfin. (Thunnus albacares). (Bonnaterre, 1788); SCOMBRIDAE FAMILY; also called Allison tuna. Occurs worldwide in deep, warm temperate oceanic waters. It is both pelagic and seasonally migratory, but has been known to come fairly close to shore. Most large yellowfins have overextended second dorsal and ...