Otherwise known as Sepia apama, the Australian Giant Cuttlefish is a highlight of any dive (if you can find them). Ten arms of cephlopod sex hover and glide around like an underwater alien. We found this 2 foot long specimen at Fairy Bower on a day with rubbish conditions and more debris floating around than on the seabed itself. Here is the video of this giant cuttlefish (first 2 minutes) as well as the rest of our dive.
We are just editing another couple of videos that shall include a huge Southern Eagle Ray and a very inquisitive Sydney Octopus, so keep checking for updates.
Fish Number 1