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Harrison Ford Records PSAs To Stop Animal Trafficking

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Following his chest-waxing to highlight deforestation, Harrison Ford has recorded another public service announcement — this time to address the nasty trade of animal trafficking. 

The Indiana Jones star has joined forces with the U.S. State Department and the organization WildAid to draw attention to the campaign — and to encourage people not to buy endangered animal products when visiting overseas. “No thanks, just send me a postcard,” he quips.  From the site,

“More than 30 U.S.embassies in all regions of the world will showcase the PSAs in a global launch beginning June 5, World Environment Day. The ads will also be broadcast globally on television and cable stations.”

In all, Ford recorded three 30-second spots. You can have a look at all of them by visiting the WildAid site here.

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