Vegan Moby Shows Love For 'Favorite Activists' Leonardo DiCaprio And Jane Goodall

The musician and animal rights activists said the actor and conservationist are 'two of his favorite activists' on an Instagram post
Leonardo DiCaprio with Jane Goodall and Moby
Leonardo DiCaprio with Jane Goodall and Moby (Photo: Instagram)

Vegan celebrity Moby has used his large platform to express his admiration for two of his 'favorite activists' Leonardo DiCaprio and Jane Goodall.

Taking to Instagram yesterday, Moby posted about a clothing collaboration campaign between the pair -which is now finished - which DiCaprio revealed on Instagram earlier this month.

"Today's chimpanzee is constantly threatened by the dangers of poaching, habitat loss, and fragmentation," the actor wrote. "Don't let them disappear. Purchase a limited edition @leonardodicapriofdn & @janegoodallinst t-shirt or sweatshirt now through 11/16 and all proceeds will go to conservation projects directly helping ensure the long-term survival of apes."

Leonardo DiCaprio with Jane Goodall
Leonardo DiCaprio with Jane Goodall have teamed up to raise money for apes (Photo: Instagram)

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Vegan activist Moby shared news of the range on his own Instagram platform.

Posting an image of the three of them together, he wrote: "Two of my favorite activists @janegoodallinst @leonardodicaprio @leonardodicapriofdn are selling limited edition apparel with all proceeds benefiting apes and their habitats."

Although the campaign is now finished, you can find out more about it here

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