Noah Cyrus is following in her big sister's provocative footsteps!
Miley Cyrus' 15-year-old sis stars in a new ad for PETA that is sure to turn some heads. The graphic photo features the teen as the carcass of an animal used in a classroom science examination. Noah's chest is shown peeled back to display her inner organs. She strikes a desperate, sad stare towards the camera as her lifeless body lies on a table surrounded by scalpels and other medical instruments.
The caption on the ad reads, "I Am Not a Classroom Experiment. Neither Are Cats, Frogs, Rats, Pigs, or Other Animals Killed for Dissection. #DissectionKills."
Noah also said in a statement to PETA, "Because I love all animals so much, people should realize they don't have to cut into something to learn about it. You should ask your teacher for other humane alternatives...You'll learn so much more off of the computer. If you have the other option, why not take it?"
Noah advocates for digital dissection exercises instead of actually harming animals.
According to PETA, more than 10 million animals are dissected in secondary schools and college science classes every year. "Most of them come from biological supply houses that sell cats obtained from animal shelters, fetal piglets cut from the wombs of pigs killed in slaughterhouses, and frogs who are taken from the wild—a practice that wreaks havoc on local ecosystems," the animal rights org says. "Studies have repeatedly shown that virtual dissection is more effective in teaching biology than cutting up dead animals."