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Dead dolphins on South Australian beaches reach record numbers

Tweet Dolphins are without a doubt one of South Australia’s most beloved marine creatures. It is with great sorrow that many beach-goers and coastal residents around the state have reported dolphin bodies, wrecked on our shores this year and in

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South Australia’s fish kills, dolphin deaths, algal blooms, desal brine and the way forward

Tweet My name’s Dan Monceaux, I’m a documentary filmmaker, and two years ago I started working full-time on a project called Cuttlefish Country. I began to investigate the decline in the Giant Australian Cuttlefish aggregation of Upper Spencer Gulf (near

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Act now to protect the Giant Australian Cuttlefish of Northern Spencer Gulf

Tweet It’s March 2013, and in two months time, the last survivors of the Northern Spencer Gulf Giant Australian Cuttlefish population will begin converging on the inshore rocky reefs at Point Lowly, near the South Australian town of Whyalla to

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A letter about Giant Australian Cuttlefish protection, marine pollution and Point Lowly development alternatives

Tweet Today we wrote to the South Australian State Premier, Environment and Tourism ministers asking about their actions to date regarding the cuttlefish decline, calling for research disclosure and detailing some of our experiences with the withholding of water quality

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