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Tuna; Long-Fin (Thunnus Alalunga)
A smaller variety of tuna, growing up to about 1 metre, and mainly inhabiting the waters of the Eastern Atlantic as far north as the Bay of Biscay. It"s known as "Thon blanc" in France. The meat is lighter in density than Tuna, but may be treated in the same manner.
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