Tuna is a large pelagic fish that has red coloured flesh. It can measure between 50 cm and 1.50 m, and in some cases, it can measure up to 3 m. In adulthood, its weight can reach up to 400 kgs.
Moroccan bluefin tuna contains Omega 3 which plays an important role in the prevention of cardiovascular diseases.
Known as a swift swimmer, it is a heavily consumed fish, which explains its endangerment as a species.
Tuna is a fish that lives in schools in almost all temperate seas around the world and feeds on small fish. In spring, it migrates across thousands of kilometres to feed or breed.