Title: Victorian fisherman Paul Worsteling lures monster bluefin tuna, suspected of carrying radiation from Fukushima
Source: Herald Sun
Author: Aaron Langmaid
Date: September 07, 2012
Victorian fisherman Paul Worsteling lures monster bluefin tuna, suspected of carrying radiation from Fukushima
YOU know you’ve landed the catch of the day when experts advise you to test your fish for radioactivity.
Mornington Peninsula fisherman Paul Worsteling lured a monster bluefin tuna 50km off the coast of Greymouth, New Zealand.
estimated to weigh more than 275kg.
The fish, which looks like a prop from a B-grade horror flick, will be tested for radiation to find if fish schools affected by the Fukushima reactor meltdown in Japan have migrated around the world.
Published: September 7th, 2012 at 8:57 am ET
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