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    Smile! Monkey Steals GoPro and Takes Selfies

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    This guy carelessly left his GoPro in a tree, apparently not familiar with Standard Monkey Operating Procedure (SMOP).

    It's all part of a deeper evolutionary plan. See how the monkey is trending? SMOP is working!

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