A 5-pound tuna with Koranic scripture inscribed on its flank is a pretty unusual thing and is probably worth a lot of money to the right people. It’s no surprise then that the fish–which reads Wa Llahu Khairu Raazikin (The Almighty God is the giver of all blessings)–was stolen from the Kenya Marine and Fisheries Department on Monday. Thank goodness, it has been recovered and is now safe at the National Museum of Kenya—that is, unless they determine it is a “lucky fish” instead of a “holy fish” and decide to eat it.