Cuttlefish Missing: Tony Bramley

Tony Bramley is affectionately referred to as the ‘Godfather of the Cuttlefish’. The proprietor of Whyalla Diving Services, Tony has introduced people from all walks of life to the Giant Australian Cuttlefish aggregation, and is amazed at how the phenomenon has grown to reach international reknown. In this interview, Tony expresses his deep concern over the dramatically reduced numbers of animals in 2011, and provides some important background on the history of the aggregation. Nothing worthwhile comes easy, and Tony spearheaded the original move to protect the aggregation back in the late 1990’s.


Dan Monceaux is a South Australian documentary filmmaker and the director of Cuttlefish Country.

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