A new baby monkey born at Fota Wildlife is looking for a name

A new baby monkey born at Fota Wildlife is looking for a name

A new baby Agile Gibbon has been born at Cork Fota Wildlife Park and is looking for a name.

The new baby monkey can be seen in the recently opened Asian Sanctuary.

A new baby monkey born at Fota Wildlife is looking for a name

The new arrival was born to proud mum Chloe after a gestation period of seven months.

A new baby monkey born at Fota Wildlife is looking for a name

Agile Gibbons, which are the fastest and most acrobatic climbers in the forest, live in monogamous pairs and mom Chloe and dad Conor have two older offspring.

Anyone with a name for the new baby monkey can log onto www.fotawildlife.ie for details.


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