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Taking their kit off, all in the name of saving sea creatures

How far would you go to share a message with the world? If you’re Gillian Anderson (yes, that Gillian Anderson), you’ll get your kit off. In a campaign against deep-sea trawling, Anderson (along with a handful of other well known TV stars and musicians) took off her clothes and draped a large conger eel around her to get the message across for Fishlove.

Campaigners say that deep-sea trawling is wiping out ecosystems ‘the size of Paris’ every couple of days, and they want the EU to ban deep-sea trawling in its waters.

You might remember Fishlove’s other campaign that saw the likes of Jerry Hall and Ben Kingsley pose for photos back in 2011.

Via London Evening Standard

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