The male and female students removed their clothes for traditional charity calendar in Camden, Australia.
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While stripping off to promote charity is just becoming a trend in some universities, the vets and bio-scientists of the Sydney University Veterinary Faculty have been taking part in such photoshoots for 30 years. The saucy calendar took more than two weeks to shoot and it’s no disappointment!
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Surrounded by a picturesque rural landscape students are posing with dogs, sheep, calves, cows, chickens and other farm animals to raise money for farmers, their families and animals affected with drought around the country.
Fourth year veterinary bioscience student and media director Matt Clifton said: “We had to work in between everyone’s classes. About 65 students put their hand up and helped out. Anyone who wanted to be in it, were in it.
It was a very exciting day. It was something cheeky and fun for everyone. When we had the first photo taken, everyone kind of just looked around and waited for the first person to make a move and take their clothes off.
Overall, I don’t think there were any awkward moments – everyone was quite relaxed. And by the time we shot our last group shot, everyone was just comfortable in their own skin.”
The goal of this year’s calendar was to spread awareness on one of Australia’s worst impacts among the wider community. The worst drought to affect the country occurred in the 21st century–between the years 2003 to 2012.
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Nonetheless, many regions of Australia are still in significant drought and rainfall records have showed a marked decrease, with many scientists attributing this to climate change and global warming