Clean Seas' bluefin tuna breeding world first

April 2011
Ausmarine;Apr2011, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p13
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The article focuses on the bluefin tuna breeding of Clean Seas Tuna, the first company to have successfully transfer a batch of the southern tuna fingerlings from onshore nursery tanks to a sea cage for controlled growth trial.


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