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It’s estimated that there are only 411 North Atlantic right whales left in the world. They were hunted to the brink of extinction, and despite being a protected species since the 1970s, their populations have struggled to rebound. It is important that we work to protect and educate others about these incredible creatures. Here are 5 fast facts about right whales: NORTH ATLANTIC RIGHT WHALES GROW UP TO 55 FEET LONG That's longer than your average school bus! 🚌 Weighing up to 70 tons, this whale can weigh as much as 35 cars. Known for their robust size, the right whale's build has been described as "stocky."  THEIR HEADS...

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What's up, guys!? It's me, Fish! 🐶 I took a break from processing orders and sending emails to talk with you about something important.One of my favorite things to do is to run along the coast with Pat and Haley. Lately, I can't go to any of my favorite beaches without finding trash EVERYWHERE! 😩 That's why I'm taking over the blog- to ask you to help us #cleanthecoast and #takethetrash! For the whole month of October, you can join my challenge and I'll send you a FREE sticker pack... and hopefully Pat will give me a treat for each entry! 🍖 Follow the steps...

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Did you know that there are 440 different species of sharks in our oceans? These animals range from the mighty great white shark down to the strange and tiny dwarf lantern sharkBut, sharks are misunderstood. Many see them as bloodthirsty man-eaters, which is a myth that has been busted time and again. Here are four reasons why sharks are our friends, not foes.

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Monday kicks off the start of Climate Week NYC, and just yesterday, individuals from around the world walked out of their jobs and classrooms to demand action on climate change for the first day of eight days of strikes. It’s easy to focus on the terrestrial impacts of climate change, like extreme weather, but life beneath the waves is already starting to feel the effects of a changing climate.

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It doesn't take long to understand how our addiction to plastic started - it's a lightweight, versatile, and inexpensive alternative to materials of the past, but it has a dark side, too; plastic is having a damaging impact on our environment, especially the ocean. That's why we should bring a reusable bag with us whenever we go shopping, instead of using a single-use plastic bag.