A massive one-metre-long Atlantic bluefin tuna was discovered yesterday on Aberaeron beach by BBC presenter Wyre Davies.

The journalist seemingly stumbled across the fish on 2 April whilst walking on the Ceredigion coastline.

The fish known for their size and speed started returning to Cardigan Bay after a ban on fishing stopped the 1960s decline due to overfishing and climate change.

They are some of the largest fish in the world, growing up to 6.5 feet and up to 250kg in weight.