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México City, Mexico, May 6, 2007Thousands of people bare all at México City's Zocala Plaza as part of a photo shoot for U.S. artist Spencer Tunick.

Tunick, known for snapping pictures of nudes en masse, broke the world record for assembling the most naked peoplenearly 20,000in one place. Tunick asked the men and women to take off their clothes at dawn in the city's historic main square.

From his vantage point above the square, Tunick photographed the sea of bodies in different poseslying down, saluting, and curled in fetal positions.

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