This lemur clearly decided to get involved in the recent trend for selfies before he took this series of shots.
The 12-year-old ring tail lemur, named Bekily, grabbed the camera from London Zoo keeper Tegan McPhail and seemed to enjoy his moment in the spotlight.
Ms McPhail said: "We’re always taking quick pictures of the animals we look after – as with workmates this cute, it’s hard to resist - but Bekily definitely wanted to get in on the action himself this time."
The zoo in Regent's Park is offering people the chance to win a share of £10,000 by entering its animal photography competition.
The winning pictures will be displayed at a zoo exhibition this autumn.
For more information visit www.zsl.org.
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