Cape Clasp Journal

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The holidays are coming up (we know, we know… didn’t they just happen?!) so we wanted to make sure we let everyone in on the inside scoop to plan ahead.

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The Shark Project is a collectible series of hand drawn illustrations living in the digital world which donate back to sharks living in the physical world. Your Shark also acts as your VIP membership to Cape Clasp, granting access to members-only benefits, including: Your 1 of 1 Shark Project Digital Collectable (NFT) Lifetime 15% off code at capeclasp.com, including Tides Early access to all product drops and new collections (avoid all Tides sellouts) Opportunity to collaborate with the Cape Clasp team and community A donation to our non-profit partner First access to future Shark Project NFTs We are launching 12 initial sharks for .024 ETH (roughly $99),...

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The quest for immortality has captivated our minds since the beginning of time. From Dracula to The Picture of Dorian Gray, Benjamin Button, and Highlander, popular culture is filled with tales of brave adventurers searching for the fountain of youth or making deals with the devil to cheat death. This is all, of course, fiction - we know we cannot stop the aging process. But Turritopsis dohrnii, more commonly known as "the immortal jellyfish," seems to have found a way to do just that. The immortal jellyfish This jellyfish was first discovered in the Mediterranean in 1883, but it wasn't until...

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The Moon Jelly gets its name from their short tentacles and translucent moon-like bell. (A jellyfish’s bell is the portion of their bodies that contract and relax to help them move through the water.) With these tentacles, they deliver a sting to their prey (mostly zooplankton and mollusks), through their tentacles and can sting humans. But don’t worry, the sting is only a mild discomfort...

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This past July, we spoke with Danni Washington, one of the co-founders of Big Blue & You (one of our nonprofit partners) on the importance of making waves. With four different initiatives, Big Blue & You is educating the next generation on how to use arts, science, and media as weapons of change in the name of conservation.