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No more monkey business: lawsuit over macaque’s ‘selfie’ is settled

A novel U.S. legal battle over who owned a famous smiling “selfie” taken by a critically endangered monkey six years ago - the animal who snapped the picture or the nature photographer who owned the camera - has been settled out of court. Attorneys for Naruto, a rare crested macaque, and for David Slater, a British photographer, announced that Slater has agreed to donate 25 percent of the photograph’s future revenue to charitable groups that protect Naruto and other members of his species in Indonesia. The two sides…