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Yellowfin tuna, also known as Thunnus albacares, is a species of fish found in warm ocean waters around the world. They are highly valued for their meat, which is commonly used in sushi and other dishes.
Yellowfin tuna are typically found in deep offshore waters, and can grow up to 7 feet in length and weigh up to 400 pounds. They are known for their long pectoral fins, which extend beyond the length of their bodies and are bright yellow in color.
These fish are highly migratory, traveling long distances in search of food and favorable water temperatures. They are opportunistic predators, feeding on a wide variety of fish, squid, and crustaceans.
Yellowfin tuna are often targeted by commercial and recreational fishermen, and are considered to be a highly prized game fish due to their size and fighting ability. However, overfishing has led to concerns about the sustainability of yellowfin tuna populations in some areas.