Save the Ocean - Save the Earth

This website is dedicated to supporting the habitats of all marine life through education, prevention and common sense.

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100s of dolphins die every year, tangled in fishing nets, unable to surface to breathe.

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Shark and stingray fishing is starting to become banned in order to save the species' population.

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Seahorses and sea dragons are harvested for alternative medicine, severely declining their population.

But What Can I Do?

Make Sustainable Seafood Choices
ask questions when eating out or buying seafood.

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The octopus is extremely intelligent and amazingly adaptable to harsh ocean conditions.

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Although coral reefs cover less than 0.2% of the ocean, they contain more than 25% of all marine life. Besides providing shelter and protection for sea creatures, corals are animals, too!

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Fertilizer run-off from lawns contaminates the oceans, lowering oxygen levels fish need to survive. Jellyfish not only thrive in these conditions, but warming oceans are causing huge spikes in their population.

But What Can I Do?

Say No to Plastic
add Refuse to
Reduce/Reuse/Recycle.

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Possibly the only reason cuttlefish are not found in American waters is due to colder temperatures in the deep ocean. With warming oceans, will cuttlefish become a world citizen?

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This invasive species is thought to have been released into the Caribbean around 1992. Lionfish have no known predators and spawn every 3.6 days.

But What Can I Do?

Recycle Your Cell Phone
Don't let it end up in a landfill to contaminate groundwater.