aldo-vallon - July 16, 2018
Is that Nina splashing around in that water, or an actual leopard? The print of that swimsuit is so realistic that it is hard to tell the difference. I was not even aware that it was okay to get leopard fur wet. Hopefully there are no poachers in the immediate area. One of them is liable to take a potshot in hopes of making an easy payday.
How anyone could take a majestic creature like Nina Agdal out of the wild just to have her stuffed and mounted on some wall is just sickening to me. A beauty such as hers is meant to be appreciated by all, and not to be stowed away in private for a select few to view. Those poachers should take after the photographers and only shoot their prey with cameras.
A fine specimen such as Nina should not be taken out of this world until she has reached her peak, which I refuse to believe has occurred. After the peak has been reached, in say one or two years, sure, do with her what you will. By that point some other Scandinavian is bound to have taken her place.
Photo Credit: Backgrid USA
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