From swimming sea turtles to cats that take selfies, these are the most adorable animal photos taken by a GoPro.
Kuli the surfing cat, as she's known on Instagram, catches some rays in Honolulu before riding a wave.
At an elephant sanctuary in Bangkok, Thailand, Christian LeBlanc reached for a banana to feed one of the animals. The elephant snagged LeBlanc's GoPro to take an "elphie" of the two.
Danny Schneider said it took four months to build enough trust for his high-flying dog, Halo, to jump from a tree into his arms.
Captured in Mossel Bay, South Africa, by Amanda Brewer, this shot of a great white shark is one of the most daring GoPro photos ever.
While exploring Halls Gap, Victoria, Australia, Alex Cable, a travel blogger, made friends with two adorable kangaroos.
Here's Kibulu, an African lion, playing with a GoPro camera in the Zambi Wildlife Park in Sydney, New South Wales.
Here's another photo of Kibulu. This time he's wrestling with his handler, Daniel Lack, as they roll in the grass.
Elephants and lions aren't the only animals to take selfies. Here's Manny the selfie cat and his friends posing for a picture.
Here's an incredible close-up shot of a sea turtle, taken by Mark Fitz, near Lady Elliot Island in Australia.
While hanging out on the beach in Tulum, Mexico, Spencer Watson used his GoPro Hero 5 to snap a photo of a donkey stealing his drink.
In San Jose, Andalucia, Spain, Miriam Carmo took an adorable photo of her trio of Boston Terriers.
There aren't many things better than a dog's smile. Here's a Manu Sainz-Trápaga GoPro photo of his shiba inu, named Bilbo.
At the Sea Life Sunshine Coast Aquarium, Fitz took an underwater photo of a swimming seal. The picture was taken in Mooloolaba, Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia.
Bob Ward, an adventure dog photographer, took this photo while riding his bike with his dog Tula in Lake Tahoe.
Here's Fitz posing for a GoPro selfie with a huuuuge 200-kilogram grouper while scuba diving at the Sea Life Sunshine Coast Aquarium.
Cable snapped this photo of a swimming sea turtle while snorkeling in Low Isles, Queensland.
Here's another cat selfie. This time it's of Todd Harper's feline friend, Smokie.
While exploring the Noosa National Park in Queensland, Australia, Fitz took an up-close-and-personal picture of a little koala trying to hide from the sun.
While visiting Mexico in 2015, Fitz was able to swim (and take a photo) with the tail fin of a whale shark.
Back in 2016, Cable used his GoPro Hero 4 to capture this monkey taking a selfie at the Ubud Monkey Forest in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia.
On the coast of Puerto Madryn, Argentina, there's a sizable penguin population. Juani Silguero used his GoPro to snag a photo of one of the birds.
Using just his GoPro, Cable snapped a majestic photo of his dog enjoying a sunset in Stoneleigh, Australia.
While in Cape Hillsborough, Australia, professional photographer Mark Fitz snapped two kangaroos throwing hands at each other during a picturesque sunset.
Using his GoPro, Fitz took a cool underwater picture of a sneaky stingray swimming on the ocean floor in Queensland, Australia.
While scuba diving in Cancun, Mexico, Mitch Bergsma discovered a group of fish to pose with. He used a GoPro Hero 3000 to take this photo.
Cable didn't stop after snapping photos of sea turtles and kangaroos; he also found a koala chilling in the trees while exploring Cape Otway, Victoria, Australia.
While riding on the back of an elephant in Thailand, Cable used his GoPro Hero 4 to snap a photo of this mountainous beast.
A swimming stingray wasn't the only sea creature that Fitz saw while in Queensland, Australia. Here's a shot of a lemon shark named Bruce.
While out enjoying the views of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, Fitz found a group of fish swimming in the ocean.
When the marsupials aren't trying to knock each other out, they're enjoying a beautiful sunrise. Here's another photo from Cape Hillsborough taken by Fitz.
Before Cable snapped a photo of a sea turtle, he achieved a long-life dream of swimming with them. This picture was taken near Gili Meno Island, Indonesia.