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Mick Jagger’s Daughter Poses for Overfishing Campaign

Lizzy Jagger and her mother shed their clothes and pose with fish in efforts to raise awareness about overfishing.

Lizzy Jagger and her mother, Jerry Hall, have recently posed in several photos for Fishlove, an organization that seeks to raise awareness about overfishing by photographing celebrities and fish in attention-grabbing images. The campaign will launch for a weeklong exhibition in London on October 26. While Fishlove’s website argues against overfishing and states that scientists expect all marine life to disappear by the middle of this century if no preventative action takes place, the effectiveness and ethics of having famous faces pose with killed fish may seem counterproductive to many vegetarians and vegans.

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