Scientific name: Dicentrarchus labrax
Seabass is a seafood favourite, appearing on menus throughout the UK. But it's in trouble in UK seas, with much of the Seabass we eat imported from European fish farms.
StatisticsLength: Up to 100cm
Considered of Least Concern globally on the IUCN Red List of species, but ICES list the regional stock as overexploited and rapidly declining.