Doug Woodring, founder of Ocean Recovery Alliance, with reusable masks from the SpyHop Facewear collection that supports shark protection. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Doug Woodring, founder of Ocean Recovery Alliance, with reusable masks from the SpyHop Facewear collection that supports shark protection. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Doug Woodring, founder of Ocean Recovery Alliance, with reusable masks from the SpyHop Facewear collection that supports shark protection. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Reusable masks adorned with sharks including great whites raise funds for the animals facing multiple threats

  • New mask collection aims to help the animals at risk of shark finning, ocean pollution and the hunt for a Covid-19 vaccine
  • Disposable masks remain the facewear of choice in Hong Kong, but are not recyclable

Topic |   Conservation
Doug Woodring, founder of Ocean Recovery Alliance, with reusable masks from the SpyHop Facewear collection that supports shark protection. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Doug Woodring, founder of Ocean Recovery Alliance, with reusable masks from the SpyHop Facewear collection that supports shark protection. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Doug Woodring, founder of Ocean Recovery Alliance, with reusable masks from the SpyHop Facewear collection that supports shark protection. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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