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Animal photobombs
  • Conan the giraffe is a regular culprit for photo bombing at Six Flags Adventure Land, New Jersey, USA. The cheeky giraffe decided to interrupt a couple's special moment by photo bombing their picture. Deirdre Mead and Jonathon Itskov were delighted with their hilarious snap.

  • This playful beluga whale really loves the camera.

  • This cheeky meerkat photobombed a group of fishermen's catch of the day picture in Namibia.

  • Alexis and Steve Espey got the picture of a lifetime when a 'flying' dolphin photobombed their wedding photo at Marineland Dolphin Adventure in St. Augustine.

  • Snowball, the camera-loving whale was so desperate to get in the frame that she even photobombed a snap of her friend.

  • Tourist Junichi Masuda, 34, from New York, was taking a snap of the world famous Incan city Machu Picchu, Peru when an opportunistic llama popped his head up at exactly the right moment.

  • Amanda Leigh and her husband Patrick were posing for photos at the Mystic Aquarium in Connecticut, USA, when 11-year-old beluga whale Juno swam behind them and flashed a big grin.

  • A scene-stealing sloth dropped in on a group of school kids who were taking part in an International Student Volunteers expedition in Costa Rica giving them an unforgettable holiday photograph.

  • Diver Alex Mustard got the perfect picture after a super-cute smiling seal photobombed his underwater snap off the coast of Northumberland.

  • Melissa Brandts and her husband got a surprise visit from a curious squirrel at Lake Minnewanka in Banff National Park.

  • Before you ask, a photographer did not risk their life to get up close and personal with this pair of jungle cats, the photo was taken on a remote camera on wheels.

  • This happy hippo certainly isn't camera shy, flashing his pearly whites alongside this equally smiley tourist.

  • Just horsing around...
  • This party crashing seal wasn't about to let the penguins have all the fun.

  • Photographer Andrey Nekrasov, 42, captured these amusing images while taking underwater pictures of the two belugas.