In a female Celebes crested macaque (Macaca nigra) in North Sulawesi, Indonesia, decided to pick up British wildlife photographer David Slater's camera and take a selfie.
This week, a lawsuit was filed for copyright ownership for a wild macaque named Naruto, who took the now-famous "monkey selfie.
Naruto has another chance at claiming ownership over his image as PETA has filed an appeal to the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. The now-famous monkey known for taking a "selfie"
Naruto the selfie-taking macaque doesn't have standing under the Copyright Act, but PETA can amend its lawsuit.