If you dare to bare, London Zoo has the ideal fundraising challenge to meet your naked ambition.

The third Streak for Tigers is being planned for August 13 to raise money towards conservation projects protecting the big cats.

There are 300 places available to fearless fundraisers willing to get their kits off.

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The route for the streak – streak also being the name for a group of tigers by the way – will take participants around the heart of the zoo.

So there’s no need for any embarrassment as the spectators will be animals who spend every day in their natural attire.

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Ali Corbett, challenge events manager at the Zoological Society of London, said: “We can’t wait to welcome racy runners to ZSL London Zoo for the only official streak in London!

“Over the past two years the risqué run has raised more than £115k for tiger conservation, and we’re hoping this year we can inspire courageous cat-lovers to bare all and help us raise even more funds to continue our work for wildlife.”

Sign up at www.zsl.org/streak