Radioactive fish from Fukushima found near California 29 May 2012 Scientists have found bluefin tuna off the coast of California that have been contaminated by radiation from Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant. According to findings published in the US journal, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, it is the first time huge migrating fish have been shown to carry radioactivity such a large distance. Smaller fish and plankton have been found with elevated levels of radiation in Japanese waters.

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James, If you put one of these fish on the coffee table at night, will they glow in the dark and save you money on the electric bill?.

what part of that nasty thing looks delicious???.....ewww..fookin nasty

Creed # 14

"Whatever comes out of the water, needs to stay in the friggin water"

never understood how somebody could boil underwater cockroaches (shrimp) and smell that shit and say, "Oh hell ya, that smells awesome, I cant wait to dig in"...not gonna say what that mess actually smells like :)

"Fish, it's whats NOT for Dinner"

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