Giant cuttlefish Sepia apama males fighting The giant cuttlefish is native to southern Australia and it is the worlds largest cuttlefish species Males change the colour of their skin to impress the females by dilating or contracting pigment cells called chromatophores Photographed in the Spencer Gulf Whyalla Australia
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