Bluefin Tuna’s Exceptional Cardiac Performance

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Bluefin Tuna’s Exceptional Cardiac Performance
Introduction
Known also as Horse Mackerel, Bluefin Tuna has a dark steel blue combined with silver sparkles on the sides and can weigh about 680kg., making it one of the strongest tuna that have ever existed, and it is well-known as an extraordinary game fish (Fergusson Publishing Company (FPC), 2001). This specie “belongs to the family of the Scombridae; it is scientifically known as Thunnus thynnus,” and it is sold and consumed worldwide (FPC, 2001). 
Bluefin Tuna has been an object of research for more than 20 years. The first attempt to study this fish started about 10 years ago with a project called “Tag a Giant.” Several organizations joined together and began tagging Bluefin Tuna to...
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