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Did you know that plastic is found in 99% of whales, killing thousands of these beautiful sea creatures every year because plastic waste kills them from the inside?

By purchasing a symbolic sponsorship, you contribute directly to the protection of whales. For every sponsorship sold, we remove plastic from the oceans with our partner greenspark (Plastic Bank).

In addition, you will receive a secret access link for each sponsorship, which you can use to track your whale (orca & humpback whale). You can give it your own name, find out its history and follow its movements on a real-time tracking map. So you can watch over your whale every day!

Once the rescued whales are ready to be released into the ocean, a team of researchers will attach a small, harmless and non-invasive GPS device to them so we can track their rehabilitation and study their migration patterns.📍

Every sponsorship actively protects the animals. Collect them to save more whales!

Note: There are no additional costs for tracking and it is not limited in time.

From an order value of €30 you can choose a gift. Simply click on the gift on the right-hand side of the screen or go to the gift section. This discount cannot be combined with other discounts.


Digital product for download. No shipping by post.

You will then receive by email:

A link to fill out and print your certificate. (Certificate can be filled out at any time)

The certificate contains the name of the recipient, the pet name they chose, the date it was created and the unique certificate number.

Also shown is a QR code that you can use to track the animal.

You can find all your animals and certificates in your member area. Please register here .

For each piece of jewelry you will receive a personalized certificate including a unique QR code to track your animal.

Perfect to give as a gift to your loved ones!

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With every sponsorship you can a whale on your phone, Track tablet or computer!

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frequently asked Questions

Why are whales tracked?
Whales are tracked for a variety of reasons, chief among them the protection of these endangered animals. Since whales are at risk of extinction, it is of paramount importance to better understand their behavior, migration and ecology in order to take appropriate conservation measures and preserve their habitats. Through tracking, scientists can collect exactly this information. Tracking whales is also of great importance for scientific research. Tracking allows data to be collected about the behavior, movements and population density of whales. This information is important for understanding the effects of environmental changes on whales and for planning long-term conservation measures. Overall, tracking whales is an important step in the fight against the extinction of these impressive marine mammals and helps us protect and preserve their habitats.
How are whales tracked?
Satellite tracking: This involves attaching satellite transmitters to the whales. These transmitters then send signals to satellites in orbit, which are then relayed to receivers on Earth. This method allows scientists to track the whales' movements and location in real time. Acoustic tracking methods: Underwater microphones are used to record and analyze the sounds of the whales. Because whales make loud noises to communicate with each other, tracking the acoustic signals allows scientists to determine the whales' location and observe their behavior. Photo identification: This involves taking photos of the whales' distinctive features, such as the tail fin. By comparing the photos, scientists can identify the individuals and track their movements and behavior. Biopsy collection: This involves taking small tissue samples from the whales to carry out genetic and hormonal studies. This will allow scientists to better understand whale population structure and dynamics.
Does it hurt the animals?
Tracking whales using the above methods usually does not cause any pain or discomfort to the animals. The satellite transmitters that are attached to the whales are designed so that they automatically eject themselves after a while and then sink to the ocean floor. The acoustic method also does not cause any pain because the microphones only record the natural sounds of the whales. During photo identification, the whales are not directly touched or disturbed. However, biopsy collection may, in rare cases, result in a temporary wound, but this usually heals quickly and has no impact on the whale's well-being. It is important to emphasize that all methods of whale tracking should be carried out in compliance with guidelines for the protection of whales and other marine mammals to ensure their well-being.
What does it mean when someone gives you a whale bracelet?
Giving someone a whale bracelet can have a number of meanings, and finding the meaning that suits you can be a very personal experience. Whales are often perceived as majestic animals that fascinate with their enormous bodies and elegant swimming.
What do whales symbolize on jewelry?
Whales are often used in jewelry as a symbol of strength, freedom and spirituality. The whales' imposing size and power convey a feeling of strength and fortitude, while their life in the ocean symbolizes freedom and independence. Because of their connection to the sea and nature, whales are also often associated with spiritual concepts such as life force and rebirth. In some cultures, such as the Inuit or Maori, whales also have a mythological or spiritual meaning that is expressed in the art and jewelry of these cultures. Overall, whales on jewelry often symbolize the beauty and diversity of nature and remind us of how important it is to protect and preserve it.
How long do whales live?
The life expectancy of whales depends on the species of whale. Here are some examples: Humpback whales can live around 45-50 years. Gray whales have a life expectancy of around 60 years. Blue whales can live up to 90-100 years. Killer whales (also called orcas) have a life expectancy of 50-60 years for males and 80-90 years for females.
How many whales are there left?
There is no exact estimate for the total number of whales in the world as it depends on many factors such as the species, geographical area and ecological conditions. Some whale species, such as gray whales and humpback whales, have recovered from extinction in recent decades and their populations have stabilized again. However, other whale species, such as the North Atlantic right whale or the vaquita, are critically endangered and threatened with extinction. Overall, there are still concerns about the protection and conservation of whale populations around the world, particularly with regard to climate change, overfishing and other human activities that are affecting their habitats and food sources. It is therefore important that we continue to work to protect and conserve whales and their habitats.

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