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Discover actionable steps you can take, whether you live near the ocean or inland, to contribute to the preservation of sharks and their habitats.


Fuzzy Sharks is a Purpose-Driven Organization committed to shark conservation. Each year, we select a shark organization to donate to, supporting their fieldwork and efforts in saving sharks. A portion of our profits goes towards this cause, as we believe in giving back to the ocean and the creatures that inhabit it.

Regardless of whether you live near the ocean or inland, there are many ways you can help protect sharks and support ocean conservation efforts:


  • Educate Yourself: Learn about different shark species, their habitats, and the threats they face. Understanding the issues is the first step towards taking action.

  • Reduce Plastic Use: Reduce, reuse, and recycle to minimize plastic waste that ends up in the ocean. Opt for reusable products and say no to single-use plastics.

  • Support Sustainable Seafood: Choose seafood that is sustainably sourced and avoid species that are caught using destructive fishing methods

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  • Advocate for Legislation: Support policies and legislation aimed at protecting sharks and their habitats. Write to your local representatives and raise awareness in your community.

  • Participate in Beach Cleanups: Join or organize beach cleanups in your area to remove trash and debris from coastal areas, preventing it from entering the ocean.

  • Volunteer with Conservation Organizations: Get involved with local or international conservation organizations dedicated to shark conservation. Volunteer your time, skills, or resources to support their efforts.

  • Spread Awareness: Use your voice to raise awareness about shark conservation issues. Share information on social media, organize events, or participate in awareness campaigns to educate others about the importance of protecting sharks and oceans.

Together, we can make a difference in the conservation of sharks and the preservation of our oceans for future generations.

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