For Cold Men as Actor Javier Bardem I've Been Expecting You Mister Er.Penguin; BOND BADDIE ON GREENPEACE SUB MISSION It's No Country for Cold Men as Actor Javier Bardem Meets Antarctic Natives

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For Cold Men as Actor Javier Bardem I've Been Expecting You Mister Er.Penguin; BOND BADDIE ON GREENPEACE SUB MISSION It's No Country for Cold Men as Actor Javier Bardem Meets Antarctic Natives


meets Antarctic HE WAS the epitome of evil as a Bond baddie - but in real life, Javier Bardem is a big softie.

The actor got up close and personal with penguins when he travelled to the Antarctic as part of a Greenpeace expedition.

Using a two-man submarine, Bardem, 48, went on a two-hour dive to the seabed at a depth of 885ft to see the species that exist there.

The star said: "It is an incredibly important mission to go down and document these species in all their colourful existence and to prove the importance of protecting this unique ocean."

Bardem, who played cyber terrorist Raoul Silva in Skyfall and psychopathic assassin Anton Chigurh in No Country for Old Men, is supporting a call for an Antarctic sanctuary to protect the wildlife who use the ocean.

During a three-month expedition, Greenpeace will carry out scientific research, including seafloor submarine RECORD REPORTER dives and sampling for plastic pollution, to highlight the urgent need for the creation of such a sanctuary to safeguard species including whales and penguins. …

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