Save a Dolphin Necklace; Making a real-life impact.

Dolphins live in different parts of the marine world. You'll find them in oceans, rivers, freshwater streams, or brackish waters. Although some dolphin species, for example, the common dolphin, have a thriving population, five dolphin species have been termed endangered.

What Are The Dolphin Species That Are Considered Endangered?

According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), the following dolphin species are considered endangered.

  • South Asian River Dolphin
  • Maui Dolphin
  • Amazon River Dolphin
  • The Atlantic Humpback Dolphin
  • Baiji Dolphin

The possibility of these endangered species becoming extinct is high if proactive steps are not taken.

What is the Save A Dolphin Necklace?

Save a dolphin necklace is a beautiful piece of jewelry uniquely designed with a dolphin theme. The objective is to provide a way to support the conservation of endangered dolphin species. By purchasing this uniquely crafted "save a dolphin" necklace, you get the following benefits:

  • An adopted dolphin
  • A tracker to track your dolphin on a phone app
  • A percentage of your purchase goes to sponsoring activities to treat, promote awareness and preserve different dolphin species.
  • Marine biologists also use the GPS technology in your tracking app for research to develop better conservation strategies.

What Are the Factors Responsible for Endangered Dolphin Species?

Different threats contribute to the possibility of dolphins facing extinction, and the majority is due to human interactions with the marine environment. They include the following:

●     Fishing

When fishing is carried out in dolphin-filled zones, there's always the possibility of dolphins getting bycatch in the fishing nets. This accidental capture of dolphins increases the endangerment of the species as more of its population is lost.

●     Hunting

Dolphins are hunted for different purposes. Some are hunted, killed, and used as crab baits, while others are hunted illegally for their meat, which is sometimes found packaged in tuna cans.

●     Pollution

Over time, the widespread pollution of oceans and other marine environments with plastics, oil, and even noise has placed several marine animals at risk of extinction. Inhabitable waters expose the dolphins to toxic environments, which lead to poor health and death.

●     Habitat loss

Modern developments along shorelines and coastal areas like waterfronts and dams cause the dolphins living around those zones to move to safer and more habitable areas.

●     Climate change

Climate conditions change constantly, and so do their effects on ocean life. For example, high temperatures can inadvertently affect the ocean currents and cause changes that affect the sustainability of the dolphin population.

How Can You Make a Real-Life Impact to Save Endangered Dolphin Species?

How can you contribute to saving endangered dolphin species?

  • Be responsible with waste disposal—recycle as much as you can.
  • Volunteer for government or private conservation programs to actively get involved.
  • Support organizations that sponsor marine life conservation campaigns. At Marine Life Mission, we sponsor conservation campaigns for dolphins, and you can be a part of this by placing an order for a "save a dolphin" necklace.
  • Encourage others to engage in dolphin conservation campaigns.

Today is the next best time to take action to make a real-life impact on the mission to save dolphins and preserve them. With a bulk purchase of $40 or more, you qualify for free shipping!