The tuna in the tin should not have fins or scales with it.
Yes all species of Tuna have both scales and fins.
Catfish and tuna don't have scales.
No, they just have very fine scales.
Tuna have fine scales.
Are you asking about this because of the law in the old testament regarding kosher eating? some fish that have scales are salmon, trout, tuna, talapia. catfish do not have scales
Yes, it is kosher because it has fins and scales.
Yes, because tunas have scales and fins which are required in order for a fish to be considered kosher.
Yes, all species of tunas have scales, however, they are tiny (almost microscopic).Regarding whether Tuna is Kosher, however, is a little more complicated. In order for a fish to be Kosher, it must have both fins and scales (this you probably know already). However, in Jewish law, the fish must have scales that are easily removed with your fingers or a knife such that it does not cause damage to the skin (kaskeses). This would prohibit under Kashrut any fish whose only scales are microscopic in nature.Therefore, if the tuna is a tuna where the scales are not readily visible, then they are not kaskeses, and therefore the tuna is not kosher.Sources: http://www.kashrut.com/articles/fishfaq as sited on 12/21/2011AnswerYes, most varieties have scales... therefore, they are Kosher. Yes especially the ones not in tins.
not in the sense of how more well known fish have scales like a tuna or bass. they do however have scales underneath a layer of skin and the scales cannot be removed without the skin coming off. so in short, they do have scales but not like other fish.
Yes all tuna have fins and scales
Yes, all species of tuna have scales. The scales are not the typical scales though, they are much smaller, almost microscopic.
Yes, all tuna have scales, but they are small and nearly invisible.
all of them have scales.
Yes, the Spanish mackerel has scales. These scales which only partly cover this species, are so small however that they are frequently overlooked. Many fish, such as tuna, herring and mackerel, shed their scales when removed from the water.
We classify piranhas as fish because the live underwater, they have gills and scales and fins, and they are essentially similar to other forms of fish such as salmon and tuna etc. They are obviously fish.
from a tuna fish can
You can get four tins of tuna out of one tuna fish.
The tuna is a bony fish
Tuna is a type of fish.