Naked runners streak through London Zoo to raise money for tigers
Almost 200 daring runners streaked through the heart of ZSL London Zoo to raise vital funds for the Zoological Society of London.
Did you know a group of tigers is called a 'streak'? Credit: PA
After ditching their clothes, the streakers ran 300 meters through the Regent's Park Zoo - some painted from head-to-toe in animal designs.
The runners raised almost £25K that will help the international conservation charity in vital work to monitor and protect tigers in the wild.
James Wren, Fundraising Director at ZSL, said: “Now in its fourth year, the Streak for Tigers has raised more than £165k to date. We’re thrilled to hold such an unusual event, and that so many big cat fans dare to bare all to help us protect tigers.”