GIANT TUNA FETCHES $177,000 AT JAPAN FISH AUCTION
Read the article below about Japanese fish auctions. Some of the lines contain an unnecessary word, which does not fit into the sentence. If there is an unnecessary word in a line, write it in the space provided. If the line is correct, write 'OK'. There are two examples (0, 00) at the beginning.

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GIANT TUNA FETCHES $177,000 AT JAPAN FISH AUCTION
A giant bluefin tuna fetched 16.3 million yen ($177,000) in an auction 0) ___OK___
Tuesday at the world's largest of wholesale fish market in Japan. The 00) ___of___
513- pound fish was the priciest since 2001 when a 440-pound tuna 1)
sold for a record 20.2 million yen ($220,000) at Tokyo's Tsukiji market. 2)
The gargantuan tuna was almost bought and shared by the owners of two 3)
Japanese sushi restaurants and one in Hong Kong-based sushi 4)
establishment, said a market representative on condition of anonymity 5)
because he was not authorized with to disclose the information. 6)
Caught off the coast of northern of Japan, the big tuna was among 570 put 7)
up for auction Tuesday. About 40 percent of the auctioned fish that came 8)
from abroad, including from Indonesia and Mexico, the representative said. 9)
Japan is the world's biggest consumer of seafood with Japanese eating 10)
80 percent of the Atlantic and Pacific bluefins which caught. The two tuna species 11)
are the most sought after by the sushi lovers. However, tuna consumption in 12)
Japan has declined down because of a prolonged economic slump as the 13)
world's second-largest economy struggles to shake that off its worst 14)
recession since World War II.