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Kellan Lutz supports the Everglades Foundation with help from GQ and LacosteKellan Lutz supports the Everglades Foundation with help from GQ and Lacoste

Kellan Lutz Hangs with Crocodiles for Everglades Foundation

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This is a true hunk. “Twilight” star Kellan Lutz isn’t just known for his charming good looks, and of course those bulging biceps, but is also recognized for supporting the environment. Recently, the actor came face-to-face with real-life crocodiles for a good cause.

The 27-year-old took to Twitter to show off his Crocodile Dundee skills. He was shooting in the Everglades for GQ and Lacoste in support of the Everglades Foundation, which focuses on protecting and restoring the greater Everglades ecosystem.

While sporting clothes and posing for the camera, Lutz was brave enough to sling a crocodile over his shoulders. “With an American alligator -4 foot individual about a teenager -it’s nesting season now for these guys! #protecttheeverglades,” Lutz posted on his WhoSay page.

“Kneeling next to an American crocodile only about 2,000 left in wild …federally listed as a threatened species …but increasing in numbers due to recent habitat protection …,” Lutz said. “Such beautiful animals! True dinosaurs. Help us protect them.”

Lutz posted several more photos on his Twitter page, so be sure to check those out. Way to show off your support for the planet and its creatures, Kellan!

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