Marine Life Society of South Australia Inc. - December 2014 News
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December 2014 news

New stories and press releases from our website

Time has raced by since April and MLSSA's Committee and membership has much to be proud of. The website launched back in May has had over 7,000 unique visits, our Facebook page has over 340 fans and the Society's media releases have been picked by a number of national, international and local publications. Membership has grown and MLSSA has progressed through its first stage of transformation. Stand out events for the year were presenting the Whyalla Underwater Shootout for the first time, and co-presenting the art exhibition 'Sand, Sea and Obscenity' with the Save Our Gulfs Coalition.

Now seeking new committee members

Several committee members have recently resigned to pursue other commitments, creating an opportunity for new members to become more involved in the direction of the organisation. Interested members are invited to contact President, Steve Reynolds via email to or by phone: 0401 821 264.

MLSSA wishes all our members and friends the very best for the holiday season.

-MLSSA Committee


MLSSA Press releases

New articles

New Resources

Social Media
New research into cuttlefish responses to shipping noise has implications for the current Port Bonython iron ore export proposal.
A common saw-shark was sighted off Glenelg at the Dredge in November. This was an unusual sighting of a typically deep-water species.
Seven sperm whales were stranded at Ardrossan beach on December 8. MLSSA attended and shared our observations with the media.
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