Noah Cyrus has leant her support to PETA's latest campaign against SeaWorld.
The songstress appears in a new campaign image, which shows her trapped in a display tank, much like the animals held in captivity.
SeaWorld has been the target of multiple animal rights activists and organisations for many years.
According to PETA, SeaWorld should release their orca population into sanctuaries.
'In the wild, orcas have sophisticated social relationships, working cooperatively to find food and travelling up to 140 miles in the ocean every day,' reads a statement on PETA's website.
'But at SeaWorld, they’re often trapped in incompatible groups.'
'The tiny tanks they’re confined to leave them with nothing to do but float listlessly or swim in endless circles while enduring stress, frustration, and depression as well as the blazing-hot sun.'
'They gnaw on the metal tank bars, often breaking their teeth, and are given drugs to manage stress-induced aggressive and psychotic behaviour.'
'I love animals so much,' Noah said, in a video posted to PETA's YouTube page.
'To think that any animal would be trapped makes me so sad. It's like living in your own bedroom your entire life and never being able to go outside,'
Noah has previously appeared in an anti-dissection campaign for PETA, which lashed out against the experimentation of animals in classrooms.
Feature image: PETA