A statistician went fishing, and noticed that the masses of the fish he caught could be modeled with a normal distribution. He noticed that the Tuna had a mean mass of 22kg, with a standard deviation of 3kg. The Kingfish had a mean of 20kg, and standard deviation of 4kg. A fish of 22kg is caught; which fish is it more likely to be--A Tuna or a Kingfish? Well, upon reading the question, i automatically thought the Tuna, since the tuna, on average, are 22kg, and the standard deviation is 3kg, so they are generally closer to their mean than the Kingfish. Is the question really that simple, or should i be looking deeper into it?