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Known as “hon-maguro” at the sushi bar, these fish are being perilously over-fished due to Japanese demand. (The Atlantic bluefin is hurting as well.) Bottom line: They’re tasty as hell, but if you eat them you’re probably going to hell.
The endangered orange roughy, whose mild flavor is easily matched by any number of sustainable options, is a bottom-dweller caught by trawls—huge nets that disturb important parts of the ocean floor and catch large amounts of by-catch.
These top-chain predators, which are crucial to the marine ecosystem, are preyed on by trawlers, fishers hunting them for shark-fin soup, and individual assholes. Also, shark meat is high in mercury—which can damage the central nervous system and is particularly dangerous to pregnant women and children.