The Yellowfin Tuna (Thunnus albacares) is an open ocean fish found in the waters of tropical areas of the globe except for the Mediterranean waters.
It is a popular fish that weighs around 400 pounds and like to travel the tropical world waters in schools (way of swimming of group of fishes in the same direction in a coordinated manner) along with water animals of its similar size such as whale sharks, skipjack Tuna, etc.
The movement of Yellowfin Tuna is backed by water temperature, availability of food, and their mood swings.
Its fishing is considered of high importance because of its beautiful structure. What makes fishing of this fish more interesting is that the network of small veins and arteries around the muscles makes them warm blood giving them good strength and fast speeds to cruise through waters.