• A Curious Fox Poses for the Camera

    A curious fox cub became so interested in a photographer's camera that he began chewing it and even appeared to take a selfie in London.
  • Check Out This Zebra's "Zelfie"

    A visitor to a wildlife park seemed to make a new friend when a zebra stuck its head through his car window and posed for a selfie. Malte Woestefeld, a 24-year-old business administration student, was on a day trip to Zoo Safaripark in Holte-Stukenbrock, Germany, April 118, 2015, when he took the picture.
    Malte Woestefeld/REX Shutterstock
  • Sea Turtle Photobombs in the Philippines

    Diovanie De Jesus and others were posing for a group photo at Apo Island in the Philippines when they were photobombed by a sea turtle surfacing to breathe.
    Diovanie De Jesus
  • Ostrich Takes Bite Out of GoPro

    An ostrich decides to take a bite out of a GoPro camera at the Amaru Zoo, in Cuenca, Ecuador on Feb. 27, 2015.
    Caters News Agency
  • Playful Koala Gets Into the Selfie Spirit

    Animals at Scotland's Edinburgh Zoo got into the selfie spirit, snapping a few pics of themselves using a small camera that activates when the animals pick it up.
    Edinburgh Zoo
  • Diver Snaps Selfie With a Fascinated Fish

    Gary Brennand is a diver from Perth, Australia, who loves to take photos with marine life. Here, a colorful fish makes its way into the frame.
    Gary Brennand/Caters News
  • Dolphin Makes Big Splash in Couple's Wedding Photo

    Alexis and Steve Espey tied the knot earlier this year by celebrating at Marineland Dolphin Adventure in St. Augustine with dolphins performing in the background of their wedding photos.
    Sarah and Ben McLachlan/Caters News Agency
  • Lucky Swimmer Has a Whale of a Time

    This is the majestic moment a group of humpback whales appear to dance with a lucky diver spotted on the horizon by Craig Parry, 35, during a trip to Vavau, Tonga.
    Craig Parry/Caters News Agency
  • Say Cheese! Camel Smiles For Selfie

    A group of friends spent several hours in the desert feeding camels before one of the animals joined the shot.
    Hossam Antikka/Caters News Agency
  • Extremely Happy Parrotfish Photobombs Unsuspecting Diver

    A parrotfish swimming near Eastern Dry Rocks at Key West in Florida, USA, caught a diver totally unaware as it dropped into the picture as the diver is busily posing for the camera. Sophia Roth, owner of Snuba of Key West, captured the image while diving in one of the areas many coral reefs.
    Caters News Agency
  • You Have to See This Wild Selfie

    Latabe the elephant took a selfie at West Midlands Safari Park in Worchester, Great Britain with a visitor's phone.
  • Robert Inman and his son Raphael with the cheeky stingray which photobombed their picture at The Deep aquarium in Hull, United Kingdom.
    Emily Inman/ SWNS
  • See How A Squirrel Messed Up This Kids Selfie

    Brian Genest took a selfie with a squirrel while visiting colleges in Tampa, Florida, but the startled squirrel decided to attack him.
    Caters News Agency
  • A Rothschild giraffe roams the grounds at the Giraffe Manor in Nairobi, Kenya. The unique hotel in Nairobi, Kenya is known for its unique charm and offers guests an unparallelled experience with the friendly giants who are free to roam the 140-acre grounds.
    Caters News Agency
  • Tomomi Nakazawa is seen with Gavin, the photobombing fish in the Great Barrier Reef.
    Caters News Agency
  • Unbelievable Shark Photobomb

    A shark is seen in the background of this photo taken by June Emerson on Dec. 27, 2013 on Manhattan Beach in California.
    June Emerson/KABC/ABC News
  • Giraffe Photobombs Couple

    A beluga whale photobombs newlyweds during their wedding at the Mystic Aquarium in Mystic, Conn., Oct. 5, 2013.
    Weefan Photography
  • Amazing Animal Photobombs

    Deirdre Mead and Jonathan Itskov were at Six Flags in New Jersey celebrating Mead's birthday, but had no idea they would get the picture of a lifetime as a special birthday treat. Already known for his silly behavior, Conan the giraffe is a regular culprit for photo bombing at Six Flags Adventure Land.
    Deirdre Mead/Caters News
  • Giraffe Photobombs Couple

    Flickr user Mary Cummins posted this image with caption, "I was trying to take a pic of Lyle the bunny with the wood cat. Hattie kitty jumped off the table to join us. She photobombed his photo."
    Mary Cummins/Flickr
  • Giraffe Photobombs Couple

    "Kitty Photobomb!" Flickr user Shawn B. posted this image of Sake, the Siamese cat, photobombing Boris, the black cat, at their home in Belleville, IL.
  • Amazing Animal Photobombs

    A curious sloth photobombed a snapshot taken of young people with an International Student Volunteers expedition in Costa Rica.
    Caters News Agency
  • Amazing Animal Photobombs

    A still camera on a sound trigger captured this photo of an airborne frog as NASA's LADEE spacecraft lifted off from Pad 0B at Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.
    Chris Perry/NASA
  • Giraffe Photobombs Couple

    Genevieve Morrison posted this image of a Boston terrier pit bull named Hogwarts wanting in on the action between Red Boston terrier Clementine and Michael Hogan in McKinny, Texas.
  • Amazing Animal Photobombs

    Just as Melissa and Jackson Brandts were about to take a vacation photo at Lake Minnewanka in Canada's Banff National Park, a squirrel jumped in front of the camera, stealing the spotlight. The photo, submitted to National Geographic's ?Your Shot? contest, has become an Internet hit.
    ABC News
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