One of the world's most recognisable models put her fame to good use this week as she was revealed as the face – and body – of the first ever 'I'm Not a Trophy Campaign'.
The campaign is being run by the I'm Not a Trophy organisation which aims to raise awareness of the fact that a variety of endangered species are still being hunted by poachers.
A series of six images were posted to the group's Instagram account yesterday which all show Cara posing with nothing but animal imagery covering her body.
Each of the images shows a different endangered animal and is branded with the words "I'm Not a Trophy".
The model – who is an ambassador for the animal rights group – was introduced to the organisation's founder Arno Elias through model friend Suki Waterhouse.
— Cara Delevingne (@Caradelevingne) June 3, 2016
Cara told MarieClaire.com: "I was introduced to Arno’s work after falling in love with the images he did for my friend and fellow model Suki Waterhouse."
“Suki put us in touch, and before we knew it we were in Paris shooting together.”
The 23-year-old says she's passionate about animal rights and is honoured to be part of the campaign: "I'm extremely proud to act as inaugural ambassador for the first-ever, international I'm Not a Trophy campaign, a cause that not only benefits endangered species, but empowers women as well."
So not only does the Suicide Squad actress look the part, she genuinely believes in the campaign too. Go Cara!
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