Veterinary students have bared all for a nude calendar, donning nothing but strategically placed animals – for charity, of course.
Fourth year students from the University of Sydney’s veterinary science course in Camden, south-west of Sydney, stripped off their white coats to produce a tasteful ‘Under the Overalls’ calendar.
The 10th annual student calendar features shots of naked students posing with horses, cats, dogs and fish, which will raise funds for Greyhound Rescue.
The calendar costs $20 and there will be 200 prints initially, but students hope there will be a higher demand.
To purchase a Under the Overalls calendar go to: https://www.facebook.com/undertheoveralls
Not to be kept under wraps, Queensland veterinary students have also produced their own cheeky publication.
Angela Davey, who appears in the 2015 calendar with a strategically placed Macaw is one of the organisers of Vets Uncovered which is raising money for the graduation ball of the James Cook University Veterinary Science Class of 2015.
“We are coming to the end of our studies and want a big final farewell,” Ms Davey said.
“Also 10 per cent of the money will be donated to the Black River and Districts Rural Fire Brigade.
“When we came up with the idea there was a bit of reluctance to strip off. But in the end we had 38 of the 55 final year students in the buff and the others were involved behind the scenes. Once we got into it, it was fun and we almost forgot that we were naked.”
You can buy the calendar at vetsuncovered.com for $19.95.