Fish of the Atlantic organic cotton hemp kitchen tea towels. When there's too many stray crumbs or you're in search for last-minute dining room décor, these kitchen towels come in handy to wipe up any spills, dry dishes, or add a touch of spunk to your table. Set of two of like design. Classic, versatile size: 17 x 26 inches. Vibrant, never fade prints on the front. White back with hanging loop.
What is the difference between a tea towel and a dish towel? Tea towels are only made of linen or cotton, whereas dish towels can also be made of terry cloth.
Original artwork © 2006 TwoBee, LLC rendered in color pencil by Paul Leasure and Samara E. King for the National Aquarium Washington D.C.
The waters of the Atlantic Ocean abound with a variety of fish. A recent survey indicates that the greatest concentration of fish in the Atlantic Ocean reside in an area between Florida, Cuba and the Bahamas known as the Florida Straits. This area is home to the greatest concentration of species not found anywhere else, and are considered ‘micro-endemic’ because their ranges are restricted to small geographical features, such as isolated island platforms or coastal lagoons. With ranges so small, even localized human activities put many of these fish at risk for extinction.
S4C (Shops4Conservation) directly supports the work of conservation organizations saving species in the wild. 50% [GP] of all sales go directly to on-the-ground efforts that protect wildlife and empower communities.