The golden-crowned sifaka or Tattersall's sifaka (Propithecus tattersalli) is a medium-sized lemur characterized by mostly white fur, prominent furry ears and a golden-orange crown. It is one of the smallest sifakas (genus Propithecus), weighing around 3.5 kg (7.7 lb) and measuring approximately 90 cm (35 in) from head to tail. Like all sifakas, it is a vertical clinger and leaper, and its diet includes mostly seeds and leaves.
Pulling your best pose -- close, upfront and personal -- is almost second nature to us now. Even toddlers brought up with smartphones know how to capture one. But what about animals? Have they also caught on to the 'selfie' craze?