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Dolphins symbolises beautiful and clever creations, did you know they help keep our seas healthy? Help save them today - choose your jewelry, inspired with dolphins. These clever, streamlined mammals are found in most of the world’s oceans. By protecting marine dolphins like these we’re helping keep our seas in-tact – which is good for all the other wildlife and the billions of people, who rely on the sea for their survival.
Ocean waves, sunsets and amazing dolphins - a pacifying and beautiful picture. Jewelry, inspired with a dolphin - a wonderful reason to remind yourself of pleasant emotions and carry a piece of natural beauty with you. Dolphins are fast, smart and unusually beautiful creations. Our jewelry, performed in the style of these wonderful creatures, is also elegant, and will bring the ocean drop in your daily style.
1. Look good by wearing our dolphin jewelry for every occasion.
It may be one of the oldest forms of human adornment, but the humble jewelry has evolved. From simple hoops to statement climbers and mix and match studs, as Style Tourista explains "the modern way to stay fashionable is to ornament yourself with fabulous jewelry: wear your earrings during the day to shine in a Zoom meeting, instagram your selfies with a cool new dolphin necklaces, wear a dolphin bracelet charity cause around your arm or glam it up in the evening with a big statement dolphin ring."
2. 10% of profits from the sales of dolphin jewelry helps dolphin at risk.
Style Tourista donates 10% of yearly profits to charities that help children and animals. The percentage of dolphin jewelry sales will reflect on the portion donated and will specifically go to a selected dolphin and whales foundation. To know more, view our Charity Page. You may support our cause by either purchasing a dolphin jewelry or by clicking the donate button below.
3. The largest dolphin jewelry selection in the world.
At Style Tourista, we strive to offer you the largest varieties of all different types of dolphin jewelry available. With over 500+ unique dolphin styles, we carry the largest selection of any online jewelry shop in the world. If you do not find your fashion piece here, you won’t find it anywhere else.
4. Fast and free 1-5 days delivery in the USA and in Switzerland.
We know the excitement of waiting on your new ice piece, that’s why all of our orders will be delivered free of charge with USPS First Class Mail only in the US / via Swiss Post in Switzerland. This means, it literally only takes 1-5 days till your jewelry arrives at your doorstep. All of our jewelry pieces are discretely and fragile proof packaged and shipped.
5. Cheapest prices on dolphin earrings.
If you shop at Style Tourista, you never have to worry about over-priced jewelry. We always offer certain dolphin jewelry for as low as $9.95. Also, check back for weekly promotions that let you save even more. In addition, we make sure that our prices are always the lowest compared to industry standards.
6. Secure and safe payment.
You can conveniently pay your ice bong over VISA, MasterCard or PayPal. All of your data is protected and should you be unhappy with your dolphin earrings, you can always return it back within 10 days free of charge.
There are many different types of jewelry for Dolphin lovers across the globe, but you may find an array of varieties within Style Tourista.
1. Dolphin Earrings
Our dolphin earrings ranges from dolphin drop earrings, to deep blue moon dolphin earrings, to dolphin round earrings, and swirl dolphin earrings and more.
2. Dolphin Necklaces
Our dolphin necklaces range from white pearl dolphin necklaces, to blue ocean dolphin necklaces and more.
3. Dolphin Rings
Our dolphin rings range from dolphin round rings, to dolphin blue rings and more.
4. Dolphin Bracelets
Our dolphin bracelets range from white shell bracelets, to dolphin charms bracelets and more.
There are not many types of dolphins in this world, but some of them are at a huge risk because of oceans, full of garbage and plastic.
1. Humpback Dolphins
Humpback dolphins are limited in their range from the West coast of Africa in the West to the coast of China and the east coast of Australia in the East and are always found in shallow nearshore waters. The four different species have distinct geographic ranges. They are listed as Critically Endangered and there are thought to be fewer than 50 individuals remaining.
2. Bottlenose Dolphin
Bottlenose dolphins are well known as the intelligent and charismatic stars of many aquarium shows. Their curved mouths give the appearance of a friendly, permanent smile, and they can be trained to perform complex tricks. Bottlenose dolphins in the United States are not endangered or threatened, but they are protected under the Marine Mammal Protection Act. They are vulnerable to many stressors and threats including disease, biotoxin, pollution, habitat alteration, vessel collisions, human feeding of and activities causing harassment, interactions with commercial and recreational fishing, energy exploration and oil spills, and other types of human disturbance (such as underwater noise).
3. Stenella Dolphin
Spotted dolphins include two tropical species with widely varying habitats, external appearance, and habits. Both species of spotted dolphins also suffer mortality from bycatch in other fisheries throughout their range.
4. White-Sided Dolphin
Our dolphin bracelets range from white shell bracelets, to dolpThe Pacific white-sided dolphin is a fast acrobatic swimmer that likes to perform somersaults. It has a short but well-defined beak, conical head, sickle-shaped dorsal fin, and a pair of short flippers. They are very gregarious and social, forming pods of around 8-20 but also groups of up to 300 or more. Riding boat bow pressure waves and wakes are a favourite sport of theirs.
Their main predator is the Killer Whale (Orcinus orca) but the main pressure on the population comes from commercial netting.
hin charms bracelets and more.
5. Pilot Whale
Pilot whales are so named because it was once believed that each observed group was navigated by a pilot or leader. Like virtually every other species of whale or dolphin, pilot whales are susceptible to entanglement and bycatch in fishing gear, and have been documented as bycatch in pelagic drift gill nets, pelagic long lines and some trawl fisheries. Short finned pilot whales are known to be the subject of bycatch in several fisheries in the North Pacific, the Indian Ocean, and the SW Atlantic. Long-finned pilot whales are also subject to bycatch in various fisheries in the Mediterranean, Atlantic, and off the southern coast of Brazil.
6. The Common Dolphin
The common dolphin is the most abundant cetacean in the world, with a global population of about six million. Despite this fact, the common dolphin is not thought of as the archetypal dolphin, with that distinction belonging to the bottlenose dolphin due to its popular appearances in aquaria and the media. Traditionally, hundreds of thousands of common dolphins have been taken incidentally, along with spinner and pantropical spotted dolphins, in purse seine nets used during tuna fishing operations in the eastern tropical Pacific although these numbers may be improving. Common dolphins also may be caught accidentally in other fishing gear, such as midwater trawls.
Worldwide, dolphins face a variety of impacts that are threatening their existence. Most pointedly, and primarily dolphin threats are a result of human activities and their related impacts. In recent history the Baiji, also known as the Yangtze river dolphin, was declared critically endangered, its river habitat ruined by the construction of dams and the invasion of boat traffic.
Similarly, endangered dolphins like the Maui’s dolphin are on the brink of extinction due to entanglement in fishing gear. The Maui’s, a sub-species of Hector’s dolphin found in the waters of New Zealand, are teetering on the brink, with current estimates suggesting fewer than 100 members remaining in existence. Some of the animal welfare organizations campaigning against the drive hunts are:
Dolphin Research Center (USA)
International Marine Animal Trainers Association (IMATA)
Sea Shepherd, One Voice, Blue Voice, the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society, and the World Society for the Protection of Animals.