Gorm tonnes were sold for $ US $ 3.1 million ($ 4.6m) to be registered at their first & A new fish market in Tokyo on Saturday, but the back of the eagle's hide is a tale of worry about going to see it. Too much fishing and stocking down.
Kiyoshi Kimura, owned by Sushi Zanmai Restaurant, was paying 333.6 million yen for her 278 cg fish. first installment of the year, and the first one that was held in the new Toyosu fish market in Tokyo after its first time. shifting from the famous Tsukiji market last year Post-
Pre-premium rope price was less than 10 hours higher than that; price paid last year's auction – although he was for much smaller fish – and the previous record, also set by Kimura, in 2013 too. There was a huge bid war with a competitive winner who won last year.
The winner said he was "very satisfied with the quality" of fish, but he allowed him to pay much he had expected.
* Wild blue tunes are going for $ 912,000 at a Japanese emperor
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"The tuna looks so tasty and very new, but I think I've done a bit too much," Kimura said to out-of-market relayers on, according to newsgroups.
Kimura said that one piece of the tuna would be given to shoppers to the restaurant later on that day.
The fish was taken off Aomori's offshore coast in the northern part of Japan with fishermen from the Oma village, with a reputation throughout the country to capture quality.
The Bluefin oven has a great value for its taste in sushi restaurants, but decades of fishing fishing have included stocks.
The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species has been to classify anuna from Pacific Pacific, or Thunnus orientalis, as a "vulnerable" population; growing.
"The tournament is around the Pacific surplus to determine how deep it is in the problem of this species," said Jamie Gibbon, a co-manager linked to the global tunnel conservation of the Pew Charitable Trust. "Its population has dropped to less than 3.5 per cent of its historic size and too much fishing is still going on today."
In response to the shortages of fish, Japan and other governments agreed in 2017 to tight quota and fisheries constraints, in an attempt to rebuild stocks from 20 per cent of historic levels by 2034.
That's a lot of unhappiness and some of the problems caused in Oma.
Tonight is known as "black-haired" tonnes, as fishermen still have a " using traditional everyday fishing methods, rather than having a drive, and # 39; allow them to catch the whole fish.
But to continue to & # 39; quota, fishermen said that they decided to go slowly in the summer and get involved in fishing when the snow and snow were. winter, when the oven asked for a higher price. But, when they went out, they found the harder to find more difficult than usual and a; caught below, and continued to fear in November that the Oma tuna could disappear from the country's sushi barrels – although the adoption of December was better.
Hundreds of Japanese fishermen also have a & # 39; protested against the new quotas outside the Ministry of Agriculture, Fishing and Food in June, as long as Oma put off their annual tuna festival in October as a complaint.
But Gibbon was sorry for Japan and other countries to be sorry. lobbying for higher quotes for 2019, just one year into the 16-year revitalization plan, and also reporting Japanese fishermen to take away and not. describes the dead blue whale so they did not go to it; avoiding their quotes.
"The time for countries, including Japan, is to support the bluefin Pacific revival, which funds the necessary science, and its # 39 ; promises there are fishing boundaries, to make sure that it is still left to auction, "he said.
The Bluefinfin Pacific tunnel reaches a maximum speed of almost 3 meters and a maximum weight of 550 kg. A Christian at sea, they are referred to as "two lion size sizes and faster than the gazelle."
They are built as torpedoes, hydraulic shaped, pectoral windows (side) and, as it looks like other fish, eyes are laid down for their body, according to WWF.
They have two main breeding areas, off the coast of Japan. Most of them are & # 39; staying in the west of Wales for their lives, arriving from the Sakhalin Island of Russia in the & # 39; north to New Zealand in the south. But others, when they reach one to two years old, have a & # 39; migrates 11,000 kilometers to rich waters from California and Baja Peninsula, Mexico, returning after two or four years to spawn in western western waters; Pacific in which they started life, Pew Charitable Trusts say.
Pew says that fishermen, mostly from Japan, South Korea and Mexico, often go. Bringing fish before reaching quality, which has adversely affected the population.
According to the modern nature of Mongabay's website, Greenfin is sorry to be held in captivity. With real sensitivity of light and sound reactions, they rarely stretch in brackets and often go. swim at the roof and his / her; die with an impact on the sides of tanks or nets.