Father's Day Gift Pick: Adopt-A-Creature

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Lend a helping fin to a deserving dolphin. Credit: Getty Images


"Under the sea, under the sea, darling it's better, down where it's wetter ..." OK, Dad may not be a big fan of "
The Little Mermaid," but we bet he'll love the idea of adopting a shark, killer whale or maybe even an octopus.

Make a donation in Dad's name to Oceana's Adopt-A-Creature program to help protect the world's oceans from overfishing, seafood contamination and habitat destruction. In a couple of weeks, he'll receive an adoption certificate personalized with his name, along with a stuffed animal or cookie cutter in the shape of his marine critter.

We know it's a gift he'll be excited to get, but we think he'll love it even more because of what it gives back.

Available at Oceana, $35 and up.

Related: Make-and-Learn Crafts: Father's Day Craft Projects for Deserving Dads
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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