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Vegan Bryan Adams Shares Video Branding Humans ‘Most Dangerous Creature On Earth’

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Iconic musician Bryan Adams has shared a video which brands humans ‘the most dangerous creature on Earth’ to his 736,000 Instagram followers.

Created by UK Illustrator and Animator Steve Cutts, the video shows the many ways in which the world has changed since the arrival of human beings.

The video touches on issues including animal-agriculture, the fashion industry, factory farming, animal testing, trophy hunting, keeping animals in captivity, as well as pollution from factories and cars.

One part of the video shows a chicken being overfed, used as a basketball, before being deep-fried and turned into food. While another shows two wild snakes being turned into leather boots.

WARNING: The video below contains content viewers might find disturbing or difficult to watch:

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‘Go Vegan’

Adams regularly shares pro-vegan posts on social media. Last year, the star shared an image of wearing a shirt emblazoned with the slogan ‘Veganism for everybody‘. He accompanied it with a simple caption, saying: “Go vegan.”

He has also shared what he described as ‘the best food on the planet’ – a simple vegan lunch of an avocado garnished with lemon and spice, and has ‘Go Vegan’ in his bio.

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Liam Gilliver

Liam is the former Deputy Editor of Plant Based News. He has written for The Independent, Huffington Post, Attitude Magazine, and more. He is also the author of 'We're Worried About Him'.

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