Take the plunge and witness the strobing stars of a unique underwater show.
You know those dogs whose back legs don’t work but they fly around in a wheelchair, pulling themselves along with their two front legs? That’s pretty much how the flamboyant cuttlefish gets about.
Each year thousands of Australian giant cuttlefish gather to mate.
Populations of squid, octopus and cuttlefish have boomed over the past 60 years, as the oceans change.
In the late 1990s, more than 180,000 giant cuttlefish gathered to breed in South Australian waters. Since then, their numbers have dwindled by 93 per cent and no-one is sure why