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  • In a creative advertising campaign from stock image provider Diomedia in Brazil, intended to promote its new collection of photography from National Geographic, the company depicts animals taking selfies. Using the tagline "There are lots of terrible animal pictures out there," the ads depict animals as amateur photographers, a nod to the high quality of magazine's nature photography in the era of cell phone snapshots.
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  • Koala Bear.
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  • Raccoon.
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  • Kangaroo.
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  • Gorilla.
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  • Panda.
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  • Baboon.
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  • Meerkat.
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  • Koala Bear.
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  • Brown Bear.
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  • Kangaroo.
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  • Polar Bear.
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  • Mandrill.
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