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These cotton top tamarins twins, who are yet to be sexed and named, are vital for the international breeding programme. The cotton-top tamarin is considered one of the world's most endangered primates – and is one of the smallest. There are said to be about 6,000 such monkeys left in the wild in their native Colombia, with numbers largely reduced through deforestation. (Born August 2014)

Because who doesn't love a zoo baby?

A new-born cotton-top tamarin sits on the shoulder of its mother on February 20, 2015.

A new-born cotton-top tamarin sits on the shoulder of its mother on February

Pinche Tamarin Monkey with baby - - (Pinchéaapje)

The Cotton-top Tamarin (Saguinus oedipus) is a small New World monkey weighing less than 0.5 kg (1.1 lb). One of the smallest primates, the cotton-top tamarin is easily recognized by the long white sagittal crest extending from its forehead to its shoulders. The species is found in tropical forest edges and secondary forests in northwestern Colombia where it is arboreal and diurnal

The Cotton-top Tamarin (Saguinus oedipus) is a small New World monkey weighing…

Cotton Top Tamarin Baby by Josef Gelernter - Photo 125315825 - 500px

Cotton Top Tamarin Baby by Josef Gelernter - Photo 125315825 -

Animal Personality: Cotton-top tamarin Jeronimo by Manuela Kulpa...

Animal Personality: Cotton-top tamarin Jeronimo by Manuela Kulpa - Photo 120158881 -

'Geoffrey's Marmoset' (Callithrix geoffroyi) at a zoo in England - photo by Leucareth on deviantART;  It is also known as white-headed marmoset and tufted-ear marmoset. It is a distinctive monkey with white cheeks, forehead and throat, and its long black ear-tufts, tan to black face, and dark coat. The body is greyish-black mottled with yellow-orange on the upperparts, brown on the underparts, and the long black tail is lightly ringed. They are endemic to Brazil.

© Copyright Linda Pearce Canon EOS Taken at a local zoo (Newquay). Geoffrey's marmoset, also known as white-headed marmoset and tufted-ear marmose.

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Trachypithecus: Dusky Leaf Monkeys / Dusky Langurs (by kajornyot krunkitsatien on

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Four out of five monkeys stolen during Blackpool Zoo break-in have been rescued after being found in a cardboard box 80 miles away

Three cotton-top tamarins, a critically endangered species, and two emperor tamarins were taken from Blackpool Zoo after a hole was cut in a fence and locks taken off two enclosures.

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