Yellow Fin Tuna

Scientific name: Euthinnus alletteratus.
Spindle-shaped body with very thin codal peduncle, wider than high and with a marked median lateral hull. The skin is smooth, without scales, except for the area of ​​the corset and the lateral line. The head is conical and ends with a pointed muzzle. It has good and tasty meats. It can exceed 80 cm and 7 kg. In the Italian seas it is common, except in the northern Adriatic where it is rarer.