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|T. maccoyii||Southern bluefin tuna||found in open southern hemisphere waters of all the world's oceans|
|T. orientalis||Pacific bluefin tuna||found widely in the northern Pacific Ocean and locally in the south||Formerly known as northern bluefin tuna.|
|T. thynnus||Atlantic bluefin tuna||found in both the western and eastern Atlantic Ocean, and also in the Mediterranean Sea||Formerly known as northern bluefin tuna, and highly prized as a food fish, leading to overfishing.|
|T. tonggol||Longtail tuna||found in tropical Indo-West Pacific waters||Known as the northern bluefin tuna in Australia, as it is found off their northern coast.|
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