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Bond Girl Michelle Yeoh Works To Save The Elephants With WildAid

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In the pretty terrible Tomorrow Never Dies, Michelle Yeoh played opposite former Bond Pierce Brosnan as a sexy, kick-ass spy. She will also be starring in The Mummy 3 due out next summer. Besides her success on screen, however, the former beauty pageant winner is also a strong advocate for the protection of wild animals and their endangered habitats. According to WildAid — one of the groups she supports — and estimated $10-$20 billion a year is made off of poaching. In the following video, Yeoh voices her support for saving Asian elephants threatened by habitat loss and illegal hunts. You can also view videos by Jackie Chan, Ang Lee, Ralph Fiennes, Minnie Driver and others.

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