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Cara Delevingne Modeled Painted Photography for Animal Rights

 - Jun 9, 2016
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Spunky and well-renowned supermodel Cara Delevingne collaborated with painter and photographer Arnos Elias for a creative anti-poaching campaign.

The project is titled 'I'm Not a Trophy' and works to raise awareness to the unnecessary violence that continues to be propelled by trophy hunters. Cara Delevingne is reportedly the first ambassador of the anti-poaching campaign, which she has promoted through her own social media pages as well. The photography series that she stars in shows the model posing with painted images of endangered species on her body. Clothed in only the colorful paintings, Cara Delevingne shows her closeness to the animals by becoming them in a sense. A photo for the campaign shows the model lying down on her stomach, mimicking the pose of the lion that covers her body, while others show her decorated in zebra stripes and leopard spots.