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Endangered baby monkey born at Australian zoo

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Endangered baby monkey born at Australian zooRare baby Francois' Langur clings tightly to mother at Taronga Zoo in Sydney
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Endangered baby monkey born at Australian zoo

SHOWS: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA (OCTOBER 2, 2019) (TARONGA ZOO SYDNEY - MUST ON SCREEN COURTESY TARONGA ZOO SYDNEY) (MUTE) 1.

VARIOUS OF YET-TO-BE-NAMED BABY FRANCOIS' LANGUR MONKEY CLINGING TO MOTHER IN ZOO ENCLOSURE STORY: Taronga Zoo in Sydney, Australia welcomed the birth of a rare baby Francois' Langur monkey on September 27.

A video taken on Wednesday (October 2) shows the not-yet-named newborn with orange fur clinging tightly to his mother Noel in the zoo enclosure.

The Francois' Langur species is listed as endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).

(Production: Natalia Oriol)




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