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Naked animal rights activists lie covered in fake blood in the centre of Barcelona to demand an end to the fur industry Animal rights activists posed naked in central Barcelona to protest fur industry  Protest with fake blood intended to show how animals look after being skinned  Animals most affected by the fur trade are minks, ferrets, foxes, seals and otters Countries incl. UK & Germany banned fur farming, but it remains legal in Spain 

By Sophie Tanno For Mailonline

Published: 11:06 GMT, 2 December 2019 | Updated: 11:06 GMT, 2 December 2019

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Around 70 animal rights activists stripped naked and smeared their bodies with fake blood to protest the fur industry in central Barcelona.  

The incident took place in the city's Catalunya Square, in the north-eastern Spanish region of Catalonia during Black Friday sales on Sunday, and footage was later widely shared on social media.

The protest was organised by the animal rights organisation Anima Naturalis to make people aware of the 'thousands of animals which are mistreated and murdered every year for the fur industry' and demand that the Spanish authorities ban the practice.

Fur farming has been banned in a number of European countries including the UK and Germany, but remains legal in Spain.  

Around 70 animal rights activists stripped naked and smeared their bodies with fake blood to protest the fur industry in central Barcelona on Sunday

Around 70 animal rights activists stripped naked and smeared their bodies with fake blood to protest the fur industry in central Barcelona on Sunday 

The protest was organised by the animal rights organisation Anima Naturalis to make people aware of the 'thousands of animals which are mistreated and murdered every year for the fur industry' and demand that the Spanish authorities ban the practice

The protest was organised by the animal rights organisation Anima Naturalis to make people aware of the 'thousands of animals which are mistreated and murdered every year for the fur

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