The current issue of X-Ray dive magazine features a comprehensive article of mine on the annual Australian Giant Cuttlefish aggregation at Whyalla in South Australia - plus I got front cover, if that is the right terminology for a PDF format downloadable mag....
The annual aggregation is an amazing spectacle to behold and incredibly happens just off the beach to the north of Whyalla at the top of the Spencer Gulf. It starts around the middle of May as the temperature starts to drop as the Australian winter approaches and there are literally thousands of these photogenic creatures gathered there, all intent on one thing - sex and the reproductive cycle.
So focused are they on the task at hand that they virtually ignore you and you can get really close and capture some tremendous images.
If you are interested in reading more about these creatures you can use this link to download the Amazing Australian Giant Cuttlefish article.
Edited by Don Silcock, 31 December 2017 - 10:16 PM.