This little hero doesn't need to follow Kylie Jenner's secrets for the perfect selfie. There's nothing fake, shallow or manufactured about this, which is ironic, given that it's in Hollywood.
You think your selfie game is on point because you made sure every hair was in place? Try doing that when your hair covers your entire body.
"These bros are too busy admiring their calves to notice me leave them this little present on their phones. Or notice me gnaw through their backpacks to get at that sweet trail mix."
This looks like the dopest mid-'90s hip-hop album cover of all time. You know the lyrics are true because all of them spent a lot of time in cages.
It's one level of confidence to send an unsolicited picture of your genitals to someone. But to send it with other people in the shot? This one's a real animal.
Nature is amazing. Through thousands and thousands of years of evolution, animals are able to adapt. For example, take a look at how this creature developed its own selfie stick.
When an otter can work a selfie stick better than you, it's time to retire that contraption once and for all. There have already been far, far too many selfie stick fails.
"Just chilling around the tree. Gonna go out tonight? You know it! I'm 100% nocturnal, girl."
"Okay, sorority sisters. Time to take the goofie shot. Just make sure you don't block me out of the picture again, Tina and She's A Winner."
This makes me absolutely sick. It's so misogynistic when men secretly take photos of women's butts. I should expect nothing less from this little trash panda.
"I mean, she seems cute, but I wish she'd show a picture of the rest of her body. Online dating can be so misleading."
I had no idea what a quokka was, but it's obviously adorable and having the best day ever. If only I could have a friend that inspired such joy in my contrived, posed photos.
Even when they're strictly goofing off, these animals take way better photos than I do. Maybe these dogs could assist me. After all, compared to their eye for photography, I'm completely blind.