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WRAL Investigates bought dozens of pieces of sushi to see if the description on the menu is the same fish you get on your plate.

WRAL Investigates put the samples in the freezer until the fish was delivered to our “scientists,” a seafood forensics class at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

John Bruno is the biology professor who teaches the class. Even though he no longer eats seafood, Bruno has a vested interest in what the rest of us are eating that comes from the sea.

“Mislabeling is a really big problem globally,” Bruno said.