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Nigerian Fisherman Captured A Blue Marlin Fish Worth $2.6 million: Ate It


By Staff Reporter

A Nigerian fisherman is making rounds on social media for eating a Blue Marlin fish reportedly worth $.26million moments after it was captured.

The fisherman, captured the Blue Marlin fish in the Andoni Local Government Area of Rivers State and shared it with members of his community who had no idea they were sitting on a gold mine.

According to a CNBC report, the marlin fish is worth about $31,325.30 per pound.

Furthermore, the females, which are significantly larger than males, can reach 14 feet in length and weigh more than 1,985 pounds, while average sizes tend to be in the range of 11 feet and 200 to 400 pounds.

The fish is not primarily intended for human consumption because it contains unhealthy amounts of mercury and other contaminants; however, their meat is considered a delicacy, particularly in Japan, where it is served raw as “Sashimi.”


Robert Tapfumaneyi