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Swimming with giant cuttlefish in South Australia

 

 

Every winter thousands of giant Australian cuttlefish congregate in SA. Learn where, why and how to swim with them.

The giant Australian cuttlefish is exactly what its name suggests – the largest of all the cuttlefish species. Males can be particularly big in size and measure up to 50 cm long and weigh about 10 kg.

They are expert colour-changers and masters of camouflage, and can change shape and texture to look like rocks, sand or seaweed – a spectacular sight to see.

More on : https://www.environment.sa.gov.au/goodliving/posts/2019/05/swim-with-cuttlefish-south-australia

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Swimming with giant cuttlefish in South Australia