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Cara Delevingne Tells Seth Meyers All About the Dangers of Shooting With Zoo Animals

Or: Don't Pose With a Bear If It's That Time of the Month.

Unsurprisingly, Cara Delevingne's latest film gig, "Paper Towns," has made for an entertaining press junket. While the model-turned-actress has exhibited a newfound maturity and composure for the cameras, that hasn't stopped her from, say, beatboxing in Balmain on "The Tonight Show." Or, talking about her period on "Late Night With Seth Meyers."

Wednesday night, Delevingne swung by Meyers' show to shed some light on her memorable fashion editorials of yore. While she's been aggressively clear as of late that her modeling days are behind her, Delevingne indulged us in roughly 90 seconds of style-focused pleasantry. 

After discussing Delevingne's propensity for doing her own stunts (see: "Suicide Squad"), Meyers brought out a now-familiar editorial from Vogue's June 2014 issue in which she posed next to a beautiful, bushy bear. But what began as a goodnatured fashion conversation soon evolved into an elementary zoology lesson in interacting with wild beasts. 

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"I couldn't wear deodorant," she told Meyers. "If I was on my period, I wouldn't be allowed because they can smell the blood. You can't bleed, generally." 

Watch the above clip to find out how tarantulas feel about periods, and stay tuned for Delevingne's upcoming show on Animal Planet, the next plausible step in her already varied career.