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Rare bluefin tuna washes up on UK beach, prompts concerns of migration changes

A bluefin tuna has washed up on a UK beach in the Dornie, Highlands, a place you wouldn’t ever expect to see this rare fish. Experts called in to observe the scene infer that changing ocean temperatures may be causing the species to migrate off its usual route.

John Hourston, founder of the Blue Planet Society says that “It’s due to warming and linked to climate.” He further states that this may be a more common occurrence in the coming years and that Bluefin tuna fish may even stay in the UK.

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