Science problem and solution
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I wonder why I'm not getting as many bites this year!
I wonder what some ways that I could help protect the tuna are?
It also says we should stop large fisheries and tuna fleets.
The Pacific Bluefin Tuna are being overfished and their population size has dropped 90%.
Try limiting the number of days you eat Bluefin tuna, if you are ingesting a large amount of the species.
If we don't know what some solutions are, our favorite sushi component could be off the menu for good!
Tuna has a large quantity of mercury, which isn't healthy if constantly devoured.
If we stop consuming high amounts of tuna, we can help to protect the number of tuna in the wild.
Help to keep me off your plate and in the wild!
If enough of us stop these large consumptions, we can all help get the Bluefin Tuna off the endangered species list, and help the reproduction rates of tuna in the wild.
Not only does eating less tuna have benefits in the wild, but it may have nutritional benefits too!
If we all stick to these simple solutions, we can bring back this tasty species!
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