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Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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Tuna was a species of fish native to Earth, commonly used as a food by Humans.

Despite not knowing anything about animal training, Ariana La Forge once successfully trained a pet cat to jump into her arms on command, by consistently keeping pieces of tuna in her blouse for two months. (TNG episode: "Force of Nature")

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Halo

Up to date as of February 08, 2010

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Tuna is a type of fish which is native to Earth, It is blue to silvery color and is very strong and big. It is used by humans as a food source. Tuna is apparently considered to be a great luxury, the very fact of it being on a menu at all being worthy of comment. It is available at some human food outlets, including the restaurant at the Waterfront Hotel in New York City[1]. You might see Tuna on Sierra 117 after Johnson's pelican goes down, you can jump into the water and look around for them. This is odd because Tuna are native to the Atlantic Ocean, while Kenya, where the Earth levels of Halo 3 take place, borders the Indian Ocean, on the entire different side of the continent from where Tuna would be found.

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  1. I Love Bees, Axon Clips Chapter 1

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Recipes

Up to date as of February 13, 2010

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About Tuna

Tuna ia an important warm-water fatty fish of the genus Thunnus of the family Scombridae; which is usually served as steaks Tuna, sometimes called tuna fish, are several species of ocean-dwelling fish in the family Scombridae, mostly in the genus Thunnus. Tuna are fast swimmers and include several species that are warm-blooded. Unlike most fish species, which have white flesh, the flesh of tuna is pink to dark red. This is because tuna muscle tissue contains greater quantities of myoglobin, an oxygen-binding molecule, than the muscle tissue of most other fish species. Some of the larger tuna species such as the bluefin tuna can raise their blood temperature above the water temperature with muscular activity. This enables them to live in cooler waters and survive a wider range of circumstances. Tuna have two dorsal fins, each of which can be dejected into grooves in the back, and a series of fin lets between the rear dorsal fin and anal fin and the tail. The base of the tail is slender, and the caudal fin strongly divided. Species sizes vary by an order of magnitude, from the twenty cm of the island mackerel to the massive 458 cm.
A school of tuna fish.

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Tuna Variations

Preparing Tuna

Cooking Tuna

Storing Tuna

Tuna Nutrition

Tuna Nutritional Research

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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A detailed view of raw tuna
A player using barbarian fishing for Tuna

Tuna is a food item that can be obtained by fishing using a harpoon. It is fairly popular among free players, as it heals 10 hitpoints a piece. Since the Karamja fishing spot is not very far from a lesser demon area where people train, it can be a useful food.

Members can use it in baked potatoes with sweetcorn to make Tuna and corn, which heals a bit more than regular tunas. The cost of tuna can be made to profit this way. It requires 35 fishing to catch, yielding 80 experience or 160 experience when using sacred clay harpoon, and 30 cooking to cook, yielding 100 experience. Potato with butter can also be added with Tuna and corn to create a tuna potato, yielding another 10 experience.

Many players find them annoying when fishing for swordfish, because tunas are caught along with swordfish. Because of this, in free-to-play worlds people may drop the tuna so they have more room for swordfish. However, they are probably one of the best ways to achieve 99 cooking as they are quite easy to get from players who are fishing swordfish, and provide decent experience. Factoring in the time/cost ratio, it is probably the most cost effective and fast way to achieve 99 cooking in free-to-play. At times,it is widely used in members worlds, especially during summer holidays, the peak of new players enter in the entire year. This is due to the whole lot of less wealthy members coming.

Tuna is still a powerful and cheap healing tool though, and can be very useful compared to weaker alternatives. Players will rarely burn tuna beginning at level 60 and will stop burning tuna at level 63 cooking (63 on range, 65 on fire). A  more accurate test done on level 60-64 cooking has proven that the average rate of burning tuna( 3 tests done, please add on) is 5 in every 5 inventories. Lucky members will notice that nothing is burnt. The most unlucky that one should get in this level range should be 3 burnt according to tests. It should be noted that the average is not very accurate when you have higher levels. Currently, if you have 61 fishing, the above tests' results are more accurate. From level 35-99, it takes 130,121 cooked tuna(13,012,025 experience). Which would cost at least 18million gp (Or 18,337,061 GP, to be exact)

Members using Barbarian Fishing can catch tuna exclusively (starting at level 55) until they reach level 70 Fishing. Once level 70 is attained, they will begin catching swordfish as well. This can be useful for those who wish to make tuna potatoes.

Tools/Utensils Harpoon/None
Ingredients Raw tuna
Fishing Level 35
Fishing Method Harpoon/Barbarian
Fishing Spot Cage/Harpoon
Fishing Experience 80
Cooking Level 30
Level at which it stops burning 63
Cooking Experience 100
Range Only? No
Instructions Use raw tuna with fire or range
Servings 1
HP per Serving 10

Trivia

  • When the Fishing skill was first released, tuna gave no fishing experience. This was fixed the next day.
  • Tuna is considered to be better than buying a swordfish because tuna are less expensive and 2 tuna equal 2/5 of a swordfishes price.

Please note: All fish articles are undergoing a major rewrite to comply with the new policies in RS:G. Please do not revert edits made to this template or articles.


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