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  • eli3a 6eth

    A National Geographic photographer's camera was taken by a black macaque, who then took this self-portrait!

  • Leela Kelsey

    Animal Planet Hour, too funny

  • Kenyon O'Connell

    Cheeky monkey! This macaque took his own self portrait using photographer's David Slater's camera. Fascinated by her reflection in the lens, she then somehow managed to start the camera. The upshot: A splendid self-portrait. Read more: #cute baby Animals #Baby Animals| http://gift-wrapper-6779.blogspot.com

  • Shawn Carter

    Photographer David Slater left his camera unattended for a bit at a national park in Indonesia. Soon a crested black macaque monkey found it and became intrigued by her reflection in the lens. She also figured out how to operate the camera, creating this spectacular self-portrait… Omg ....so funny .

  • Sheila Peterson

    Have a great day:) my friends. Looks cartoonish! This is a Macaque; it took the photographer's camera and did some funny self portraits. - from a national park in Indonesia.

  • Sam Vela

    HAHAAHAHA' According to The Daily Mail, the following portrait was taken by a macaque who became fascinated in a camera lens that was left idle, decided to borrow it and snap these awesome Monkey self portraits! ~www.cuteoverload.com

  • Angie Fox

    this looks like a manager I had at Urban Outfitters

  • Natalie Palmer-Sutton

    The picture causing a stir... the first animal selfie. I would say the rights of this definitely belong to the man who sat with these animals for weeks on end in the jungle and engineered the shots- that's a lot of hard work... he deserves the rights to these pictures. Amazing

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