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Celebs take on Mother Earth in a new Funny or Die clip.Celebs take on Mother Earth in a new Funny or Die clip.

WATCH: Celebs Battle Mother Nature in Funny or Die Video

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In honor of yesterday’s Earth Day, Funny or Die released a new video, featuring celebs Amy Smart, Sarah Hyland, and Josh Sussman battling it out with the environment.

And as usual, underneath the humor and sarcasm, there’s an important message at heart; this time it’s about protecting the planet.

In the video, we see Sussman attack a running woman with a shovel. When she escapes, Hyland takes her down with a chainsaw and Smart sets her on fire with hairspray and a lighter. The woman is also shot, blown up and run over by a Hummer. She survives it all, but not unscathed.

But it turns out that the injured lady isn’t just anyone: she’s Mother Earth, and she’s pissed. Angry at being constantly attacked, she finally fights back, with earthquakes, tsunamis, and mass destruction. And she sums up her message simply: “Don’t F*** with Mother Earth.”

Otherwise, she’ll f*** with us right back.

Check it out below, but beware of NSFW language.

Don’t F*** With Mother Earth from Sarah Hyland
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