“Eventually, we were going to eat it,” said Gary Johnson. “But then a bear came and got to our cooler. And he had some fresh tuna.”
Scientists and fishermen have reported more unusual species in Alaska waters, including the subtropical mola mola, or ocean sunfish. It’s likely because of warming sea surface temperatures.
Scientists suspect mass of warm water in Pacific may have influenced weather and attracted unusual marine species.
A report from the ocean conservation group Oceana confirms that there’s a pretty decent chance that fish on the plate or on ice in the seafood case is not what it’s labeled to be.