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After spending $48 million, someone may have finally found a way to create sustainable bluefish tuna in what Bloomberg is calling a breeding breakthrough. An Australian "sushi baron" has successfully fertilized eggs, but now faces the challenge of growing the fertilized hatchery eggs into grown fish. The problem is that tuna is so delicious that the adult bluefins eat their young. [Bloomberg]

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