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Marlina Moreno sets up charity to save animals by dancing in clubs

Ex-NFL cheerleader and Sports Illustrated model sets up charity to save animals and raises money by dancing in clubs

Miss Moreno plans to re-visit Uganda later this year having climbed the 5,109 metre-high Rwenzori Mountains in January to promote tourism in the country.

Miss Moreno plans to re-visit Uganda later this year having climbed the 5,109 metre-high Rwenzori Mountains in January to promote tourism in the country.

  • Marlina Moreno, 24, quit job as an NFL cheerleader to visit jungle in 2012
  • Has now launched her own charity to help exotic animals around the world
  • To help pay for her travel, she struts her stuff as a club dancer at weekends
  • Says she’s ‘not really girly’ and prefers the modest jungle life to the clubs

An American model and former NFL cheerleader has funded her wildlife conservation efforts by dancing in nightclubs.
Marlina Moreno, 24, who has appeared in Sports Illustrated, has now launched her own charity to help the plight of exotic animals around the world.
To help pay for her travel, the model struts her stuff as a club dancer but says she’s ‘not really girly’ and prefers the modest jungle life.

Miss Moreno plans to re-visit Uganda later this year having climbed the 5,109 metre-high Rwenzori Mountains in January to promote tourism in the country.

Miss Moreno has visited eight different countries across Asia, Africa and South America - with her latest being a field research trip to Borneo to work with orangutans.

Miss Moreno has visited eight different countries across Asia, Africa and South America – with her latest being a field research trip to Borneo to work with orangutans.


 With Charles, a young orphaned elephant at the Uganda Wildlife Education Center

Marlina Monero with Charles, a young orphaned elephant at the Uganda Wildlife Education Center


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