A female Angolan Colobus monkey, holds her newborn offspring.  Colobus monkeys share the responsibility of caring for the young with other females in the group. This benefits the mother, as well as the other females who gain maternal experience. Photo credit Lowry Park Zoo

"A female Angolan Colobus monkey, holds her newborn offspring. Colobus monkeys share the responsibility of caring for the young with other females in the group. This benefits the mother, as well as the other females who gain maternal experience.

Dusky Leaf Monkey & Young | Brillangoer (Trachypithecus obscurus) Burgers' Zoo, Arnhem, The Netherlands Conservation status: Near threatened

Dusky Leaf Monkey & Young, Brillangoer (Trachypithecus obscurus) Burgers' Zoo, Arnhem, The Netherlands Conservation status: Near threatened

Teenie Meerkats | Cutest Paw

Baby meerkats - the website has 33 pictures of animals who are disappointed in you. these baby meerkats genuinely believed I would clean the house this weekend.

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Should I eat it or use it as an umbrella? ORANGUTANS are very intelligent with big brains and can use tools, such as sticks, to help them get food to eat. They even use leaves to make a sunshade or umbrella like this cautious guy.

"There's room for all of us." Love the loving in this photograph. S.

Unusual Animal Friendships - Monkey and White Tiger --- Anjana, the Chimpanzee, loves her abandoned tiger cubs but this isn’t her first rodeo. Anjana has actually cared for several tiger cubs throughout her life.

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