Australian southern bluefin tuna seen "in great numbers."

January 2011
Ausmarine;Jan2011, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p15
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The article reports that South Australia's "Port Lincoln Times" published a story in December 2010 that a spotting survey on November 22, 2010 cited large number of southern bluefin tuna in the Great Australian Bight, contrary to Federal Government findings that the fish is a threatened species.


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