According to the Daily Mail, a 6.5-foot-long (about 2-meter-long) giant tuna carcass was washed up on the beach on Sandy Island in Scotlands Oakney Islands by a strong storm recently.
According to the National Geographic magazine, the fish is one of the largest and fastest in the world. This tragic sight caused a sensation on Sandy Island, but one incident showed that the species was returning to British waters, which was a good thing for fishermen.
Last Sunday, the fish attracted a large number of local residents to visit, has become a tourist attraction. The cause of the fishs death has not been determined yet, but the body is very fresh, possibly due to natural causes.
This is not the first time a giant Atlantic bluefin tuna has been found in Britain. It has only returned to British waters since 2013, but it is still very rare in the Oakney Islands. It is expensive, at least millions.
Source: Cover News - Responsible Editor of West China Metropolitan Daily: Yang Yi_NBJ10647