In 2011, British photographer David Slater spent three days with crested black macaques in the forests of Indonesia. Wanting to get a close-up of a monkey’s face, Slater set up his camera
on a tripod with a cable release, walked several feet away and hoped for the best. He got a great monkey selfie, but copyright office says he didn't take the picture. The monkey did. And it can't
register. So it's in public domain.
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