Queen guitarist Brian May led a funeral parade for badgers through the streets of central London to protest against the cull.
The mock funeral, full of sombre looking "mourners", comes as campaigners prepare to make a fresh legal challenge against the cull.
The last cull killed more than 2,000 badgers, campaigners say, and May has spent the past few years fighting against it.
The government insists the cull is the best way to stop the spread of bovine tuberculosis, but activists say the cull is killing healthy badgers and vaccines could be used to stop the spread of the disease instead.
Back in 2013, Mr May appeared in the hit song "Save the Badger Badger Badger", on vocals and guitar.
Today he appeared much more sombre and did not sing during his speech to the assembled crowd of around 100 protesters, dressed either in black or as badgers.