Banham Zoo releases images of new coppery titi monkey baby
Banham Zoo has released pictures and announced the birth of a baby coppery titi monkey on its site.
The zoo, which is part of the Zoological Society of East Anglia with Africa Alive in Kessingland, near Lowestoft, posted two images of the new coppery titi monkey on its social media channels yesterday.
The infant was born on August 25, and can be spotted in their enclosure next to and inside the site’s Tropical House.
The zoo first bred coppery titi monkeys, which is of ‘Least Concern’ as an endangered species, successfully in its breeding programme in 2015.
In the wild, the highly vocal primate inhabit the Amazon rainforests of Peru, Brazil and Colombia, where they forage for food in the lower canopy.