An estimated 16 billion pounds of plastic enters the ocean each year.

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Dolphins and porpoises delight us with their playful antics and warm our hearts with their friendly faces. Because they possess a high degree of intelligence and have a sociable nature, we see a lot of ourselves in these amazing creatures. However, dolphins and porpoises are dwindling in numbers and, in some cases, are on the brink of extinction. In fact, one out of every four species of dolphin and one of six species of porpoise are threatened with extinction.

There are many man-made threats impacting these animals, including:

  • Ingestion of ocean plastic
  • Entanglement in active or discarded fishing gear
  • Coastal development in essential habitats
  • Increasing noise levels from shipping
  • Activities in the oil and gas industry as well as the military
  • Additional threats to the abundance and distribution of prey species
  • Increasing numbers of captive dolphins
  • The looming impacts of a changing climate

The vaquita porpoise is a heartbreaking example of what can happen when we ignore our impact on the ocean. The situation shows us how quickly things can go bad when we’re not paying attention. There are as few as 30 of these animals alive in the world.

While researchers say it’s possible for the vaquita to go extinct in the next 2 to 5 years, we’re collaborating with Sea Shepherd Conservation Society to support their massive, ongoing effort to save this species from extinction. Their story is just one more reason why a proactive solution to ocean plastic pollution and other man-made threats is absolutely crucial to the future of this planet. We will not give up hope.


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Over 300,000 dolphins and other cetaceans die from entanglement in marine debris each year.

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At least 48 species of cetaceans, including dolphins, have ingested plastic pollution.

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Less than 30 vaquita porpoises are left in the world as a result of bycatch from illegal fishing.

  • Represents the 1 pound of trash that you removed.
  • Beads are recycled glass.
  • Cord is recycled water bottles.
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  • Made from recycled materials.
  • Unisex design.
  • Adjustable from 2-5" in diameter.
  • 100% waterproof.

  • Represents the 1 pound of trash that you removed.
  • Beads are 100% recycled glass.
  • Cord is 100% recycled polyester.
  • Made from recycled materials.
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By purchasing this bracelet, you will remove one pound of trash from the ocean and coastlines as well as help save dolphins and porpoises.


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Minimum donation of $10,000 to Sea Shepherd Conservation Society based on net profits from the sale of the Dolphin Bracelet during 2018.