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Cara Delevingne Has The Face Of An Angel & Conflicting Finger Gestures While Filming!

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Cara Delevingne braves the cold in a bikini for her role in The Face Of An Angel!

We're sensing a lotttt of conflict in this one!

Cara Delevingne is busy acting away for her role in the movie The Face Of An Angel, and it looks like for one of her scenes she has to strip down and take a dip in the ocean.

Unfortunately for Cara, the Adriatic Sea is pretty dang cold in January, so she looked fairly uncomfortable throughout her entire oceanic adventure!

That didn’t stop the model/actress from ably expressing herself, however, and she kindly let everyone know how she felt by sending a very clear message with her middle finger.

But it couldn't have been all THAT bad, because with her other hand she was giving a thumbs up sign!

She was probably thankful they gave her a great looking bikini, LOLz!!

See the uncensored photo…AFTER THE JUMP!!!

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Plastic Killing Adriatic Sea Turtles

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While studying the impact of debris on marine life, researchers discovered that one in three loggerhead turtles in the Adriatic Sea has plastic in its intestine.

The sea floor is extremely shallow and serve as important feeding grounds for the turtles, but the area is also one of the most polluted in Europe.

It was discovered that turtles ingested plastic bags, wrapping foils, ropes, polystyrene foam and fishing line. The debris can weaken the animals because it takes up space in their stomach where they would digest food.

Reseacher Dr. Romana Gracan said:

"It is important to know more about the Adriatic Sea in order to help loggerhead turtles across the whole Mediterranean. The water temperature here suits them and because it is shallow they have the opportunity to feed on benthic [sea-floor] animals.

Loggerheads are opportunistic feeders which will eat almost anything that is in front of them and plastic stays around for a very long time in the sea. In the future we must think more carefully what we put in the sea."

So true.

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