Gujarat forest department has advised tourists and locals against taking “selfie with lions” to discourage them from getting dangerously close to the wild animal and putting their lives at risk, an official said.
Selfie, a phenomenon that has created a raging trend across borders is no unknown territory! A ripple effect of sorts
A selfie posted by a US teenager last month on micro-blogging site Twitter boggled minds across social media as it was hard to tell who’s who among the youthful looking women in the photo.
A US judge has ruled that a macaque monkey who snapped grinning selfies that went viral last year online does not own the copyright to the photographs.
A US-based developer has developed a camera app that lets a user take selfie or groupfie by just tilting his/her head and without a physical selfie stick.
THE SELFIE is not a new phenomenon. In fact, its history dates back to September 2002, when Australian citizen Nathan Hope uploaded a ‘self-photograph’ on an online forum.
As always, PETA has again stepped forward to protect animal rights and this time on the behalf of Naruto, a monkey who took selfie with a photographer’s unattended camera in 2011 at Sulawesi, Indonesia and the picture got viral.
The rise of selfie photography in some of the world’s most beautiful, and dangerous, places is sparking a range of interventions aimed at combating risk-taking that has resulted in a string of gruesome deaths worldwide.
A 19-year-old boy in the US has died after accidentally shooting himself in the throat while taking selfies with a loaded gun.
Some call it a craze and a few even term it as a ‘disorder’, but an average youth clicks as many as 14 selfies a day, a study by tech giant Google said.
A picture is worth a thousand words, that may be especially true these days with the ever increasing trend of what are called ‘selfies’ on the Internet
It is unclear how many people were killed in the tower, but it was believed to have been filled with tourists.
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