It's been a few days since news broke out about a camera-stealing monkey with a wicked grin. We believe it was Telegraph who first told us about photographer David Slater's recent trip to a national park in North Sulawesi, Indonesia where he left his camera unattended for a moment. What came next? A crested black macaque monkey snatched his camera up and snapped hundreds of photos, including this stellar self-portrait.

Camera-Stealing Monkey Goes Viral!

While wildlife photographer David Slater was visiting a national park in North Sulawesi, Indonesia, he left his camera unattended and a crested black macaque monkey grabbed it and proceeded to take a series of self-portraits.

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While wildlife photographer David Slater was visiting a national park in North Sulawesi, Indonesia, he left his camera unattended and a crested black macaque monkey grabbed it and proceeded to take a series of self-portraits.

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