Why let others have the limelight when you can bask in it yourself?
That's certainly the motto of this cheeky sloth, who jumped at the opportunity f0r a spot of self-promotion as youngsters gathered for a photo in dense woodland on Costa Rica.
As the group from the International Student Volunteers expedition posed for the jungle snap, the fame-hungry sloth lowered himself into the frame - placing himself firmly at the centre of all the action.
His smooth manouvre was so subtle, the students weren't aware of the gatecrasher in their midst; it was only when they checked back at the picture that they realised they had been photobombed in spectacular style.
ABOVE AND BELOW: Before and after the sloth photobombing incident - photo credit: Caters
However, the inquisitive sloth is by far the only animal to try out a spot of photobombing.
Earlier this year, the Obama's "first dog" Bo sneaked into the frame during a live report from the White House lawn (above).
And these meerkats at Longleat Safari Park aren't so much photobombing as making it impossible to take a photo to begin with...
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