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In early 2010, European officials, led by the French ecology minister, increased pressure to ban the commercial fishing of bluefin tuna internationally.Most bluefin are captured commercially by professional fishermen using longlines, purse seines, assorted hook-and-line gear, heavy rods and reels, and harpoons.The color is dark blue above and gray below, with a gold coruscation covering the body and bright yellow caudal finlets.Bluefin tuna can be distinguished from other family members by the relatively short length of their pectoral fins.Besides their commercial value as food, the great size, speed, and power they display as apex predators has attracted the admiration of fishermen, writers, and scientists.The Atlantic bluefin tuna has been the foundation of one of the world's most lucrative commercial fisheries.
In a survey that included specimens up to 2.55 m (8.4 ft) in length and 247 kg (545 lb) in weight, none was believed to be older than 15 years.
The International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) affirmed in October 2009 that Atlantic bluefin tuna stocks have declined dramatically over the last 40 years, by 72% in the Eastern Atlantic, and by 82% in the Western Atlantic.
On 16 October 2009, Monaco formally recommended Endangered Atlantic bluefin tuna for an Appendix I CITES listing and international trade ban.
Their livers have a unique characteristic in that they are covered with blood vessels (striated).
In other tunas with short pectoral fins, such vessels are either not present or present in small numbers along the edges.