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Cuttlefish now protected in all Spencer Gulf waters north of Wallaroo

Tweet It’s been an exciting couple of weeks for those invested in the survival of Northern Spencer Gulf’s Giant Australian cuttlefish population. After lobbying by the conservation sector and pressure from many concerned scientists and citizens, the┬áState has finally yielded

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Global citizens appeal for Giant Australian Cuttlefish protection

Tweet Back in August of 2011, we opened a petition calling for the protection of the Giant Australian Cuttlefish of Northern Spencer Gulf, and a moratorium on proposed developments threatening their habitat at Point Lowly, South Australia. The petition has

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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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Protest threats to South Australia’s marine life, November 22 & 23 in Adelaide

Tweet Industrial development decisions around Spencer Gulf have been made in recent years with reckless disregard for the welfare of South Australia’s marine life. Since researching and engaging with these issues full-time since mid-2011, we have tried conventional channels of

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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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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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