MAXIM Watch Steamy Slo-mo Video of Sara Underwood in The Jungle Wearing Nothing but A see-through Mesh Dress
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MAXIM - Bali never looked so beautiful.

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Sara Underwood has a great job. She pretty much just travels to some of the most fascinating tourist destinations on the planet then lights them up with her sexy charisma.

We've highlighted her account as the best nude travel Instagram, and we mean that. She has yet to prove us wrong.

I am so sorry. That’s all I kept saying to him, but it’s not enough. He needs action. This is a Sumatran elephant, and his species is critically endangered, primarily due to rainforest destruction to make room for more PALM OIL plantations. Go into your local supermarket, palm oil will be in over half of the products on the shelves. Now, imagine the large-scale destruction of rainforests to accommodate that demand. Finally, understand the amount of homes destroyed for animals/indigenous people, AND all the carbon pollution released into the air from cutting down those rainforests (the major driver of human induced climate change). PLUS this shit is super bad for you. ~ Be conscious in which products you purchase, do it for the rhinos, orangutans, elephants, tigers, our planet, and your health. If that isn’t reason enough, then I don’t know what is. SWIPE ➡️ for a little guidance on making better choicesπŸ…. It’s time to get our heads out of our asses. I will, if you will πŸ™πŸΌ With no demand, there is no supply. πŸ“Έ by @stevebitanga
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Her remarkable video as well as the related photo aren't just about sex appeal, though. Sara doesn't just travel the world to be—for a moment—the most beautiful part of the landscape. She believes strongly in environmental causes, including the fate of her elephant friend.


In her caption for the series of photos above, Sara writes in part that "this is a Sumatran elephant, and his species is critically endangered, primarily due to rainforest destruction to make room for more PALM OIL plantations. Go into your local supermarket, palm oil will be in over half of the products on the shelves." What she wants followers to "understand" is that palm oil production destroys homes "for animals/indigenous people."


Sara goes on to ask her followers to "Be conscious in which products you purchase, do it for the rhinos, orangutans, elephants, tigers, our planet, and your health."

Even if you're skeptical about the severity of environmental issues like these, Sara can at least make you think about them for a moment.

Checking out some of her newer photos below might make anyone think about a lot of things.



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