The Great Australian Bight is our wild, uncompromising backyard. It’s a place where dragons live and thousands of cuttlefish aggregate to breed. It’s home to the puppies of the sea – the endangered sea lions – and a highway for the largest animal in the world. Many of these creatures that call the Bight home use sound as their primary source of communication. Oil drilling and seismic blasts could silence these sounds.

Video by Michaela Skovranova

Produced by Greenpeace