The Atlantic bluefin tuna is a torpedo-shaped predatory saltwater fish species. It is native to both the Western and Eastern Atlantic ocean, as well as the Mediterranean Sea. Fully grown specimens can reach a length of more than 10ft and a weight of more than 1000lb.
Both the Atlantic and Southern bluefin tuna are listed as endangered species with a currently decreasing population. Pacific bluefin tuna, on the other hand, are classified as vulnerable and have a slightly increasing population.