Through examining their muscles, scientists found out that tuna and Lamnid sharks share the same genetic composition.
New research shows that warm-blooded fishes swim faster, and farther, than their cold-blooded counterparts.
It may be a little odd sounding, but tuna are very cold hearted creatures. No, they aren't unnecessarily cruel or stoic in life. Instead, they just can literally have cold hearts, with the organ somehow able to keep functioning even when deep-diving chills it to temperatures that would stop a human heart. Now researcher think they know how the fish is capable of this amazing feat.
In an alarming revelation, researchers looking to Hawaii's coasts have determined that the concentration of mercury found in common commercially caught fish is climbing at a rate of nearly four percent per year.
The US Navy's new underwater drone, designed to sneakily infiltrate enemy territory and acquire information, is the perfect spy given that it looks and swims like your average tuna.
A technology company plans to begin construction of a huge deepwater fish farm off the North Kohala coast of Hawaii Island by the end of this year, according to a company release.
A new study by Oregon State University (OSU) researchers reports that albacore tuna caught off the Pacific Northwest coast have trace amounts of radiation linked to the 2011 explosion at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station in Japan.