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That's a lot of mercury!

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I once caught a fish THIS BIG.

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And then there were none......

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Not as much if it were caught off the coast of a western country.

Any evidence at all to back this up? You seem to simply be attacking the West.

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Size matters.

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You're gonna need a bigger boat

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Plenty is sashimi there. Yummy

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Just watched this documentary on netflix. Mixed reviews, but pretty interesting: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seaspiracy

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Why is there 4 holes in the tuna near its tail?

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@Brian Wheway

**Why is there 4 holes in the tuna near its tail?** I would think they are core samples, to see how much fat is on the tuna and also to see the quality of how red the meat is. The darker the sample the price is higher.

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Brian WhewayMar. 31 03:25 pm JST

Why is there 4 holes in the tuna near its tail?

Actually, they originally thought it was a giant mackerel.  This would give them a reason for shouting, HOLY MACKEREL!!!

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