Models show support for ailing Manila Zoo elephant Mali in nude photo shoot coordinated by PETA

InterAksyon.com’s Ana Valenzuela and Allan Gomez report that on Tuesday, February 5, models and entertainers posed nudefor a brand-new ad for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) Asia at the DPI XL Studios in Makati City.

Among those who stripped to make a stand for Mali are: First row, seated, from left: Sheena Vera Perez, Daiana Menezes, and Geneva Cruz. Second row, from left: Sanya Smith, Amanda Griffin, Ornussa Cadness, Bianca Valerio, Julia Sniegowski, and Mia Ayesa. (Photo courtesy of PETA)


InterAksyon.com’s Ana Valenzuela and Allan Gomez report that on Tuesday, February 5, models and entertainers posed nudefor a brand-new ad for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) Asia at the DPI XL Studios in Makati City. The women carried strategically placed oversized cards with words that formed this statement: "Naked Truth: Mali the Elephant Is Suffering." It may be recalled that PETA has offered to pay for Mali’s transfer to an elephant sanctuary in Thailand.

 

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