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25 Animals Who Have Mastered The Art Of Taking The Perfect Selfie

Although the term “selfie” came into use only a short while ago considering the long history of humanity, it has undoubtedly been entrenched into our way of life. While it is a profound method to showcase your faultless fashion, that you achieved something or met someone, it has also proven to be a convenient career option for a fair few. Kim Kardashian, the American media personality, socialite, and model, even published a whole book comprised of her selfies. So, selfies won’t drift away from popularity any time soon.

To add to the selfie rivalry, the animal kingdom has also made its remarkable entrance into the game. It’s not just its never-seen-before facet that makes them so amusing. They are actually awe-inspiringly good. Plus, it’s not just domesticated dogs and cats. Even the most ferocious of wild animals have found their way to a camera and captured the most photogenic selfies. Sometimes, they’ve taken selfies with a human in them.

Here is a compilation of some hilarious animal selfies. Check them out and they might even inspire you to take better pictures of your own.

#1

Animal Selfie
Image Credits –  David J. Slater

#2

Animal Selfie
Image Credits – @itsdougthepug | Instagram

Allan Dixon, a self-proclaimed “animal whisperer,” takes selfies with kangaroos and quokkas, the adorable creatures known for being cute as a button, which has recently landed them the title of ‘world’s happiest animal.’ To do this, he follows a rather methodical approach where he first spends time with them and befriends them. When they trust him enough to get to a selfie-appropriate distance, Dixon takes his chance.

#3

Animal Selfie
Image Credits – @yoremahm | Instagram

#4

Animal Selfie
Image Credits – Hopko682 | Reddit

#5

Animal Selfie
Image Credits – Animalist Too

#6

Animal Selfie
Image Credits – ateart | Imgur

While Dixon’s photographs are wholly intended, there are others that were more coincidental. Photographer David Slater once left his camera by itself at an Indonesian monkey reserve in 2011. It was then that a curious macaque monkey named Naruto took hold of the device and shot a couple of cute shots.

Unexpectedly, the shots later became the subject of a legal battle over whether a human or a primate possessed the copyrights. The legal issue was settled in early 2016 with the copyrights being declared to be owned by Slater.

#7

Animal Selfie
Image Credits – Kym Illman 

#8

Animal Selfie
Image Credits – RedBearski | Reddit

#9

Image Credits – @daxon | Instagram

#10

Animal Selfie
Image Credits – RedwoodRedemption | Reddit

#11

Animal Selfie
Image Credits –  Caroline Hofman | Twitter

#12

Animal Selfie
Image Credits – @alpha_cog | Instagram

#13

Animal Selfie
Image Credits – Spin737 | Reddit

#14

Animal Selfie
Image Credits – Nicole Marie 

#15

Animal Selfie
Image Credits – Chris McLennan 

#16

Animal Selfie
Image Credits – wontonsoupp | Imgur

#17

Animal Selfie
Image Credits –  Imgur

#18

Animal Selfie
Image Credits – mcpuppinstuff | Imgur

#19

Animal Selfie
Image Credits – @yoremahm | Instagram

#20

Animal Selfie
Image Credits – anonuemus | Reddit

#21

Animal Selfie
Image Credits – @daxon | Instagram

#22

Animal Selfie
Image Credits – @harlowandsage | Instagram

#23

Animal Selfie
Image Credits – Imgur

#24

Animal Selfie
Image Credits – @zackteperman | Twitter

#25

Animal Selfie
Image Credits – Aquarium of the Pacific 

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