A touching story about replica TAG Heuer ambassador Cara Delevingne and lions

As the ambassador of TAG Heuer, Cara Delevingne, recently, auctions her TAG Heuer watch for line conservation. Why she would do this now? The reason is that last month, the lion, named Cecil was killed by an American dentist Walter Palmer, and not after long period, Cecil’s cub was yesterday killed by a rival male lion. Tragic stuff. Besides, we assume that Cara Delevingne quite like animals, especially lions, because she has one tattooed on her right index finger.
Delevingne think she needs to do something about it. She has listed her personal prototype replica TAG Heuer Carrera Signature Edition, with a lion engraved on the case back, for sale on eBay.
Cara’s call to arms:
The killing of Cecil the Lion was a tragedy, Delevingne says on the eBay page. Today JOIN ME to help the scientists who care about the future of wild lions in Africa and work very hard on their conservation. Before the officially open sale of my replica TAG Heuer Signature Edition, I made up my mind to auction my personal timepiece prototype. I merely wore this watch on several occasions and during the last Monaco Grand Prix. No doubt that all the money will be donated to WildCRU.org, the research unit that followed Cecil for many years. SO LET’S JOIN FORCES. Until 10th of August BST (that’d be today), the auction has been ended. At the time of publishing the highest bid was ¬£9,200 ($19,266 AUD) after 86 bids.
This is great if you’re worried about an approaching lightning storm or happen to be an artillery officer, however you may be challenged to find daily scenarios where it’s useful. Aside from this odd choice in chronograph scale (however then again – who even uses them?) TAG Heuer replica watches should be applauded for drawing inspiration from their iconic Carrera models, while exercising enough restraint to not mess with what made the design great. As a part of the University of Oxford, WildCRU has been working to conserve lions in the wild. Cecil the lion was part of WildCRU’s research group.