A researcher ended up being neglected subject of a photo safari in the jungles of Indonesia. The man, a British explorer, left his camera unattended and was captured in images by a single artist.

David Slater, the English region of Gloucester, went into the lush jungle on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia to photograph the flora and fauna. In an oversight, the man ended as the object of the investigation when a monkey took his camera and took pictures that The Sun published the site.

But the fascination of the artifact primate Slater, and the figure of the man was short and soon devoted himself to capture images of their counterparts. Sure, that egocentrism is characteristic of human being.