The Indonesian macaques named Naruto has caused a lot of uproar from PETA supporters as the picture went viral. After picking up a wildlife photographer’s camera and taking a selfie, the picture spread through the internet. PETA argues that the photo belongs to the monkey that took the selfie, but others believe it belongs to the photographer. PETA isn’t discouraged by being dismissed in court the first time and is appealing to a higher court for this monkey’s rights.
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