Japanese scientists breed first captive bluefin tuna

Scientists from Kinki University in Wakayama have been working on the technology for 30 years. “The first challenge was to increase survival rates from harvested eggs to hatchlings, and we got it to 5 per cent,” the university’s Professor Yoshifumi Sawada said. “The bluefin hatchlings ate each other, so we then had to introduce other types of hatchling species for them to eat.”,The scientists also faced the difficulty of replicating the best conditions for Bluefin,,, Read the rest here 07:21

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