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Ending an improbable battle over "the world’s most litigious selfie," an appeals court has ruled that Naruto, an endangered crested macaque, cannot legally file a copyright claim against a photographer who provided the camera for said selfie because Naruto is, while handsome, not human. The court also took a jab at PETA, who represented Naruto based on their "significant relationship," noting, "If any such relationship exists, PETA appears to have failed to live up to the title of 'friend.'"