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Skipjack (Katsuwonus Pelamis)

A small member of the tuns family, living in the warm waters of the Pacific and Atlantic oceans and growing up to about 70cm/28 ins. In Britain, skipjack is most often found in tins - labeled 'skipjack tuna', but in Japan it's a popular it's popular thinly-sliced as sashimi, and known as katsuwo. See 'Sashimi'

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