Almost 130 animal rights activists bared all last week in a protest outside Santa Eulalia Cathedral in Barcelona.
The protest was held to denounce the torture and death of animals to make fur coats.
Representing the average number of animals it takes to make a fur coat, the naked men and women lay down on the steps of the Cathedral daubed with red paint representing blood.
International animal rights group, Anima Naturalis, said: “Nowadays it is not necessary to kill animals for their fur. Animals need their fur, we don’t.”
The group said millions of foxes, mink, beaver, lynx and other species are raised in captivity before being killed to make fur coats for the rich.
According to the group, Spain is among the major producers of fur garments, along with Italy, Germany and Greece.
Spain’s fur industry is centred around Barcelona.