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Giant Australian cuttlefish aggregation begins near Point Lowly

Tweet It was with some trepidation that we approached the 2014¬†Giant Australian Cuttlefish (Sepia apama) breeding season in South Australia’s Northern Spencer Gulf. Last year delivered the lowest cuttlefish count on record for the reefs at Point Lowly and Black

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Consider the plight of Northern Spencer Gulf’s Sepia apama on Cuttlefish Day

Tweet It’s Cephalopod Awareness Days again. In fact, it’s Squid and Cuttlefish Day to be precise. Last year we took this opportunity to ask ‘Where’s the love for the floundering population of Giant Australian Cuttlefish of Northern Spencer Gulf?’ Today,

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Olympic Dam expansion on hold while more desalination and port threats persist

Tweet Yesterday heralded a rare windfall for the marine life of Upper Spencer Gulf, with a special statement from BHP Billiton’s head honcho, Marius Kloppers. The mining giant has announced that the company will be investigating alternative, lower-cost means to

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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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SARDI desalination research disclosure request: Politicians’ responses trickle in

Tweet On February 28th, we sent a persoanlised version of our template letter to five South Australian government ministers, requesting the immediate release of tax-payer funded SARDI research into the environmental impact of the proposed desalination plant at Point Lowly.

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