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Professor Bronwyn Gillanders featured on ABC Landline – Cuttlefish brings tourism to Whyalla

Once know as a ‘dirty, industrial city’, Whyalla, South Australia is becoming a tourism mecca for those wanting to see¬†spawning cuttlefish between May and August each year. It is the only place known to have thousands of these colourful creatures mate (many times), lay their eggs and die before their offspring are born, in one […]

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eScience. Arise Squid Overlords!

Climate change often means doom and gloom for most species on the planet, but thankfully, the cephalopods are different. Squids, octopus and cuttlefish are increasing in population around the world, even as oceans warm and become more acidic. The secret to their success may come down to their evolutionary adaptability, which enables them¬†to cope with […]

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Understanding population dynamics, management and conservation of Australian Cuttlefish

Despite the ecological and growing commercial significance of cuttlefish, the successful management of these fisheries is hindered by the inability to assess population structure and connectivity. How many animals live in what places and how and when do they move between locations? While significant progress in recent years has improved our understanding of migration patterns […]

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