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Seriously cute animal selfies 02/07/2014
Selfies have not only taken over the lives of humans, as now it seems that animal kingdom want a piece of the action too
Seriously cute animal selfies

The #selfie has taken over the world, and people have become more and more obsessed with taking a posed arm-length shot of themselves and posting it on Instagram for all see. Selfies have not only taken over the lives of humans, as now it seems that animal kingdom want a piece of the action too. Why wouldn’t they? Monkeys, seals, squirrels and a whole bunch of other animals are dying to get their hands on a camera phone so that they can post a casually awesome photo of themselves, in a killer location with a flattering filter that makes them look their best. 

The competition in the animal kingdom is no longer a case of survival of the fittest or who is top of the food chain, but who can get the most likes and followers on Instagram. Gorillas are sending Snapchats to lamas and polar bears are messaging Penguin’s on Tindr. Giraffe selfies always show tongue on Instagram. The world of social networking is going crazy for cute animal selfies and it is all thanks to camera phones. 

From the sloth selfie, to the kangaroo and the elephant poses, it makes you wonder how these animals are using their hooves, paws and tails to hit the take-a-photo button without breaking their phones. However they managed it, these seriously cute animal selfies are appearing everywhere and the animal kingdom is surely evolving to become mobile phone addicts just like the rest of us!

Sprout sells a huge range of cute and trendy mobile phone accessories so that when you whip your phone out to take your next #selfie you will be the envy of all your friends. Sprout sells on trend mobile phone covers for both humans and now animals. So next time you are walking down the street, you may spot a frog or a duck taking a selfie on a phone that has the same cool Sprout cover as you do.

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