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Olivia Munn Narrates New Shocking Anti-Fur Video

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Actress and animal activist Olivia Munn has once again partnered with PETA to shed light on the fur industry, with a horrific, undercover video showing what really happens to animals raised for their pelts.

“As a proud person of Chinese descent, it broke my heart to learn just how animals suffer and die on Chinese fur farms – and that there are no penalties for this abuse,” she says in the video. “Please join me in taking a look at where most of the world’s fur originates and who is really paying the ultimate price for it.”

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The clips that follow are deeply unsettling and demonstrate the level of cruelty carried out on these farms. Munn is right – it’s absolutely heartbreaking.

“Anyone who wears fur or is even thinking about wearing fur should watch PETA’s video,” the “Newsroom” actress told WENN. “It shows exactly where – and who – that coat or that little bit of trim came from.”

You can watch Munn’s video below. To take action, visit PETA’s site here to learn more – but most of all, just don’t buy anything that includes fur.

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