According to the Australian Daily Telegraph, senior veterinary students at the University of Sydney took off their white coats and left the country naked to shoot a series of charity calendars with the theme of animal protection.

The theme of the 2015 calendar for this shooting is "Under the Overalls". There are also various animals involved in the shooting, including horses, cats, dogs, and even fish. The proceeds from the sales of the calendar will be donated to Greyhound Rescue.

The University of Sydney’s custom of photographing student calendars has been around for many years. Organizer Ron Tong said that the students hope to promote the awareness of animal protection and raise more donations.

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News link:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2795111/veterinary-students-strip-white-coats-saucy-nude-calendar-discreetly-placed-animals.html