Save the Ocean Jewelry

  • Turtle Symbolism Jewelry

    Over 70% of the World's surface is sea. About 97% of the World's water is in those seas. In Ireland, we are encompassed by the ocean. The Atlantic Sea is to our west, 

  • Tangled Mother Humpback Whale Needs Help

    While fishing around the island of Tonga we discovered a tangled mother humpback whale with a calf. We hopped in the water to help but had a hard time getting close. We were determined to help this whale, hearing an animal of that 
  • Very Disturbing Video Sea Turtle Human Waste

    This is the heartbreaking moment an endangered sea turtle was seen feeding on sewage pouring out of an underwater pipe.

    Whales play a very important role in the health of our environment and our understanding of marine mammals as well as playing an important role in helping growing economies that rely on whale watching and other spectator activities bring in capital through tourism.
  • Oceana seeks to reduce threats to North Atlantic right whales

    The North Atlantic right whale is one of the most endangered large whales on the planet. Twenty-eight whales have been killed between 2017-2019: That’s 7 per cent of their entire population. Scientists estimate that even a single human-caused North Atlantic right whale death a year threatens the species’
  • Poaching Turtles - Chinese Medicines

    Rare turtle species are disappearing from India’s rivers as the creatures are poached for the meat and traditional medicine in Asia.We need proactive action using all means such as purchasing save sea turtle bracelets to conserve the ocean floor.
  • Loss of The Yangtze Giant Softshell Turtle

    The Yangtze giant softshell turtle (Rafetus swinhoei) is considered the Most Critically Endangered in the world, with only four known individuals left on Earth. On Saturday (April 13), that population fell to three, as the species' last known female died in a zoo in Suzhou, China, according to the BBC.
  • Sea Turtle Story - Final Straw

    Our Save The Ocean Jewelry Sea Turtle Story. Researchers stumbled across an endangered Olive Ridley and a video tells the shocking story of how a s...
  • Humpback whales tracked by social media scientists

    Results from a new study exploring the travel history of a humpback whale have revealed that UK seas act as a ‘service station’ for migrating humpback whales. Volunteers involved in the study used photos shared on social media to reveal the 
  • Fishermen still discarding fish even though EU laws have banned the practice

    The program unearthed video evidence that fishermen are still discarding fish even though they are no longer supposed to “discard” fish when they catch more than their quota allows. The new laws mean fishermen have to bring species covered by EU quotas back to shore.
  • Save Manta Rays Initiative Chinese Medicine Use

    In recent decades, there has been an increasing demand for manta ray gill plates in Chinese medicine markets, leading to the development of targeted, commercial manta fisheries. As long-lived species who are slow to reproduce, manta communities cannot withstand these pressures, and this exploitation is having
  • Caribbean Countries Agree to Protect Endangered Largetooth Sawfish

    ROATÁN, Honduras – On World Environment Day, June 5, the critically endangered largetooth sawfish gained a lifeline as Caribbean countries unanimously agreed to add the species to Annex II of the Specially Protected Areas and Wildlife (SPAW) Protocol under the Cartagena Convention.