Information about the Australian Giant Cuttlefish:
The Australian Giant Cuttlefish – also simply called the Giant Cuttlefish – is the largest cuttlefish in the world’s oceans. They’re native to the warm tropical waters off the coastline Western Australia. They tend to be found in and around the rocky reefs, seagrass beds and muddy seafloors up to a depth of 300 feet (100 meters.) They are carnivorous, opportunistic and voracious predators who feed predominantly on crustaceans and fish. This cephalopod has been declared as “Near Threatened.” Intense fishing in one location has resulted in massive local population declines.