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Today is Cuttlefish Day, but where is the love in South Australia?

Tweet Today is day three of internationally celebrated Cephalopod Awareness Days. More specifically, this day is dedicated to our ten-tentacled friends, the cuttlefish and squid. On what should be an auspicious day for the Giant Australian Cuttlefish of Upper Spencer

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Port Bonython expansion’s Major Project Status is bad news for Giant Australian Cuttlefish

Tweet On March 2nd, it was publicly announced that the expansion of Port Bonython on the Point Lowly peninsula had been granted Major Project Status by the SA Government. Despite claims from State Government ministers John Rau and Patrick Conlon

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Mystery of the missing Giant Australian Cuttlefish of Whyalla remains unsolved

Tweet As we enter 2012, the mystery of the missing South Australian Giant Australian Cuttlefish (Sepia apama) migration of 2011 remains unsolved. These incredible animals, chameleons of the sea, remain in jeopardy and face a variety of new and old

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Rann’s cuttlefish protester to promote conservation and expose negligence with documentary film

Tweet At the South Australian Film Corporation’s ‘Adelaide Studios’ gala opening last night, documentary filmmaker Dan Monceaux, with the support of Adelaide comedian Seb Carboncini, staged a cunningly crafted surprise protest to draw attention to grand-scale environmental negligence being committed

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