This short video was created to inform middle school students across the world about the work fishermen and scientists are doing together to describe the migration of the Mahi Mahi. The following is a paragraph that summarizes the video's content: In the ocean there lives a fish known as the Mahi Mahi. Very little is known to science about how they migrate. Fishermen are helping scientists to study their migration by catching the fish with fishing rods, placing fish tags in them, and releasing them back to the wild with hope that their fish will be re-caught by another fishermen with the fish tag still in them. By using this method, fishermen in the Atlantic Ocean have marked and released 15,499 Mahi Mahi and reported 420 recaptures (from 2002-2012). The recaptures show movements between the U.S. east coast, Bahamas, and Caribbean island nations. These movements when compared to ocean currents suggest Mahi Mahi migrate around the Atlantic Ocean. This information is important to show where Mahi Mahi might be caught along their migration and to discuss how the fish should be shared between the countries it visits in order to conserve it for the future.