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Golden Lion Tamarin with Pygmy Marmoset baby
Ceres, the female Golden Lion Tamarin. She has a strong mothers instinct and has adopted the babies from the Pygmy Marmosets. The fascinating thing is that they are turned over to the Pygmy mother when they need to nurse and returned to Ceres as they are done. This has happened the latest three times the Pygmy's have given birth. Probably is is due to the fact that Ceres doesn't get babies on her own?! Another anecdote is that Ceres has a protector, Swedens Crown Princess Victoria.
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Colchester Zoo: Golden Headed Lion Tamarin
The golden-headed lion tamarin is a small, squirrel-sized monkey, about 26 cm long with a 35 cm tail and long golden lion-like mane. It is predominantly black with golden fur to the front of the mane, the lower half of the front paws and part of the tail. The face, hands and feet remain bare. The feet have sharp claws (most other primates have nails) that are useful for gripping and climbing branches and also for grabbing their insect meals. Text from Bristol Zoo website. Image is low…