Cape Clasp Blog

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Shark finning is one of the most harmful fishing practices used today. Sharks are caught, their fins are cut off, then they’re released off the side of the boat, left to sink to the bottom of the ocean and drown. Tens of millions of sharks are sadly killed this way every year, but there are things we can do to end it.

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Protecting the world's oceans and every animal that lives in them is the most important part of our business model. 15% of profits from every design you buy is donated directly to a non-profit organization serving this mission. One of the best parts of launching a new design is finding a non-profit partner to donate our proceeds to. For our brand-new Manta Ray Clasp, we're thrilled to announce our newest partner: the Blue Sphere Foundation.

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We've been hard at work perfecting the newest addition to the Cape Clasp lineup, and it's finally here! Say hello to the Manta Ray Clasp and our newest partner, Blue Sphere Foundation.

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The threats facing our oceans can feel distant if you live far from the closest beach, but photographs of the vibrant ecosystems and beautiful species below the waves can make individuals feel closer to the ocean, spurring them to take action to protect it. To learn more about what it's like to be an underwater photographer, we chatted with Annie Guttridge for episode 2 of our podcast, Sharks Don't Sleep.

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Human activity is taking a toll on our oceans. Pollution, oil spills, and overfishing are just a few of the obvious ways we’re harming the ocean and the animals that live there. But, there are plenty of surprising ways our everyday actions are harming marine life. One unlikely culprit? Doing the laundry.