PETA knows how to raise eyebrows: The animal rights group's memorable campaigns have included everything from celebrities posing nude in protest of animal fur clothing to scantily clad women having an erotic moment with their vegetables to support veganism.

Now, the group has pulled out all the stops by launching PETA.xxx, a site featuring adult content and animal rights messages, all in one place.

Scroll down to see past PETA photos (WARNING: SOME IMAGES CONTAIN EXPLICIT CONTENT)

"[T]his is the perfect example of sex just being used to draw interest, and then once you're there on the site, we're going to hit you with facts that you need to know about the world of animals," adult-film legend Ron Jeremy said in a Q&A video.

The site has enough adult content to qualify for the .xxx domain, but also some other graphic images of animals that viewers may not expect to see, according to a HuffPost interview with PETA's Lindsay Rajt.

PETA's .xxx site isn't reserved for just celebrities and adult entertainment stars. Instead, the organization also welcomes regular Joes and Janes to visit the new site and volunteer to go naked at local animal rights demonstrations.

PETA has also launched other shocking campaigns in recent months. One ad spot compared human abuse to the silent suffering of fish, explaining, "Fish feel pain and fear, and they suffer enormously when they are impaled, crushed, suffocated, or cut open and gutted, all while they're fully conscious."

The organization also recently sued SeaWorld in an attempt to free the animals "from enslavement for human amusement." The case was dismissed by a judge.

In honor of the new site, check out some of PETA's racy images from other notorious campaigns:

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  • Fake snow falls as Kobe Kaige, Penthouse's former 'Pet of the Year' poses nude for a PETA anti-fur ad campaign in Melbourne in May 2008

  • PETA animal rights activists demonstrate naked and speared with banderillas against the EU cash support for bullfights in front of the EU Parliament's Headquarters in Brussels on October 9, 2008. AFP PHOTO JOHN THYS (Photo credit should read JOHN THYS/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Dutch model Natasja Vermeer (R) is pictured by Italian photographer Angelo Gigli while posing naked for animal rights campaign organized by The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, in downtown Rome, 10 December 2007. The campain titled, 'Be an angel for the animals, don't wear the fur.' is the latest anti-fur advert for animal rights group PETA. AFP PHOTO / Filippo MONTEFORTE (Photo credit should read FILIPPO MONTEFORTE/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Sophie Monk

    In October 2007, actress Sophie Monk lies nearly nude in a bed of crimson chilli peppers for a PETA pro-vegetarian campaign: "Spice Up Your Life - Go Vegetarian"

  • Naked Australian model and singer Imogen

    SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA: Naked Australian model and singer Imogen Bailey holds Reggie the rabbit during filming for an anti-fur campaign ad sponsored by the environmental group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) in Sydney, 25 March 2004. PETA is protesting the commercial use of rabbits - which are found in plague proportions across much of Australia - by the fur and felt industries. AFP PHOTO/Torsten BLACKWOOD (Photo credit should read TORSTEN BLACKWOOD/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Two nude Peta girls shower on a sidewalk

    Two nude Peta girls shower on a sidewalk in Holllywood, California on March 22, 2011 in celebration of World Water Day to expose meat's alleged devastating impact on the planet. AFP PHOTO / GABRIEL BOUYS (Photo credit should read GABRIEL BOUYS/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Barcelona, SPAIN: About one hundred members of the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) and Anima Naturalis, lies down naked silently protest naked in Catalunya square, in center of Barcelona, 21 January 2007. AFP PHOTO/LLUIS GENE. (Photo credit should read LLUIS GENE/AFP/Getty Images)

  • All Dogs Go To Heaven

    Italian television presenter Tamara Ecclestone poses with her dog Buster in a new poster ad for PETA that urges, 'Be an Angel for Animals. Animals Deserve Respect, Patience, and Understanding'.

  • Adam And Eve

    Models Patrick Ribbsaeter and Avi Siwa hold a banner encouraging the closure of all zoos, promoted by the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) at a studio in Bangkok in December 2006

  • Alicia Meyer Bares All In Lettuce

    Alicia Meyer wears labels referring to cuts of meat in a photo shoot for PETA's pro-vegetarian ad campaign in August 2009

  • Playboy Bunnies For PETA

    Playboy models Victoria Eisermann and Monica Harris pose in a bathtub to highlight the U.K.'s water consumption, during PETA World Water Day in London in March 2011

  • Tony Gonzalez and October

    Atlanta Falcons' Tony Gonzalez and his wife October pose nude for PETA's anti-fur campaign in November 2009

  • Model Becomes Tiger

    Malaysian model Amber Chia with body painted tiger stripes poses with a tag line for PETA Asia near Kuala Lumpur in October 2009

  • Pamela Anderson In China

    Pamela Anderson poses topless in PETA's 'Give Fur the Cold Shoulder' anti-fur campaign. In Chinese, the ad reads "Cold shoulders are nothing compared to the pain they feel. Please don't wear fur"

  • Two half naked women, from the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) painted with Canadian flags, protest against seal slaughter outside the Canada Trade Office in Taipei on March 23, 2011. The protesters said the European Union and the US have banned seal products for years and hope Taiwan can do the same too. AFP PHOTO / Sam YEH (Photo credit should read SAM YEH/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Two members of the group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) stage a 'naked' protest outside the venue of the G20 summit in Seoul on November 9, 2010. AFP PHOTO/HOANG DINH Nam (Photo credit should read HOANG DINH NAM/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Animal Activists Encourage Vegetarianism

    LONDON - AUGUST 17: Shoppers stop to look at a naked PETA member lying wrapped in cellophane and bloodied on large trays for Pro-Vegetarian demonstration in Covent Garden on August 17, 2006 in London, England. PETA EUROPE aims to demonstrate to shoppers that all animals are made of flesh and bone and feel pain and that eating meat is literally eating a corpse. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)

  • PETA's Banned Superbowl Ad

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