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Yellowfin tuna have yellow sides, blue backs, silver bellies and can weigh up to 450 pounds, whereas Pacific yellowtail have yellow stripes across their bodies, a yellow tail and weigh between 10 and 20 pounds when caugh... More »

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The differences between bigeye tuna and yellowfin tuna, the two species of ahi, are that bigeye has extremely large eyes, a plump body and a larger head than yellowfin. Yellowfin tuna has bright yellow finlets with soft ... More »

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The differences between bigeye tuna and yellowfin tuna, the two species of ahi, are that bigeye has extremely large eyes, a plump body and a larger head than yellowfin. Yellowfin tuna has bright yellow finlets with soft ... More »

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