yellowfin

NOUN
  1. may reach 400 pounds; worldwide in tropics
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How To Use yellowfin In A Sentence

  • Six commercially important species: albacore, bigeye, northern and southern bluefin, skipjack and yellowfin.
  • There are thrilling scenes as yellowfin tuna into the shallows. Times, Sunday Times
  • The big fish come to feed - marlin, blackfin, yellowfin, skipjack, tarpon, permit, you name it. A FEW SHORT NOTES ON TROPICAL BUTTERFLIES
  • This went much the same producing loads of yellowfin croaker, grunts, sea breams and weird looking lizardfish that were well named.
  • Spotted and spinner dolphins inhabit tropical seas around the world along with yellowfin tuna.
  • There is gazpacho with cocoa as a starter, yellowfin tuna with cocoa to follow. Times, Sunday Times
  • There, the commercial fishermen patiently wait every year for the annual migrations of albacore, skipjack, yellowfin, big-eye and bluefin.
  • Furthermore, there is evidence for spontaneous thrombus formation in skipjack and yellowfin tunas, as well as in milkfish.
  • Mexican waters yield the albacore, yellowfin, blackfin, bigeye, Pacific bluefin and northern bluefin species of the Thunnus genus. Culinary guide to Mexican fish and shellfish: Las delicias del mar I
  • Some 80 to 90 percent of the bluefin, yellowfin and bigeye tuna caught by Taiwanese fishermen is exported to Japan, the largest market for seafood in Asia.
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