There are three species of manatee and all are either threatened or endangered. The West Indian and Amazonian manatees are both endangered, and the West African manatee is threatened, according to the Endangered Species Act.
Photo by: Kayla O’Donnell (Spring Hill, Florida)
The United States has worked hard to conserve the only manatee residing in U.S. waters, the Florida manatee, sub-species of the West Indian manatee. It is found in the southeastern United States, primarily in waters off the coast of Florida. Its population consists of about 5,000 animals, and it is one of the most endangered animals living in U.S. waters.
Our bracelets are handcrafted from recycled marine rope debris collected during beach cleanup projects. Each piece of salvaged rope is unique with slight variations in color and condition, caused by natural weathering. All bracelets are 100% waterproof. Join us in supporting this important cause by helping spread awareness of marine debris and its negative impacts on the environment.
Each bracelet purchased helps keep our oceans clean & represents the life of a marine animal saved from entanglement.
- Color: Light Bluish Grey
- Hardware: Stainless Steel
- Size: Adjustable (6 - 7.5" wrist)
- Rope Thickness: 3mm
- Waterproof: Yes
- Location Found: Eleuthera, Bahamas
- Collected by the Bahamas Plastic Movement!