Cape Clasp Journal

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With over 500 different species of sharks occupying every corner of the ocean, they’re bound to come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. What would you say if we told you that the smallest shark can fit into the palm of your hand, while the biggest is as big as a school bus? Let's dive in!

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Our newest Tides Drop is a special one! We teamed up with Atlantic White Shark Conservancy for three new tees and tank tops exclusively available at our Pop-Up Shop on the historic Macmillan Wharf in Provincetown, Massachusetts.  This summer the AWSC transformed the space into their second Shark Center (the first being in Chatham, MA) and next summer will expand the location to include ecotourism opportunities and research trips.  We are beyond excited to be part of their journey launching our first ever Pop-Up Shop featuring Cape Clasp, Tikós, and Tides gear. Be sure to swing by the Wharf on your next visit...

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You can’t talk about the ocean without talking about one of the massive problems facing it: plastic pollution. Here at Cape Clasp, we will continue to talk about our plastic problem with the hope that more and more people will begin to listen.

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Welcome to another episode of our podcast, Sharks Don’t Sleep, where we talk to people making waves for the ocean! On episode 8 we’re talking to Danni Washington, the co-founder and Executive Director of Big Blue & You!

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Sharks are fascinating creatures. They have been on the planet longer than trees. They were around when the dinosaurs first started roaming the Earth and survived the mass extinction that wiped them out.

With nearly 500 different species, from the hand-sized dwarf lantern shark to the bus-sized whale shark, sharks have successfully populated every corner of every ocean for over 400 million years.

But now, many shark species are at risk of extinction due to human action.