United Kingdom North West England region, the world’s smallest species of monkeys in a zoo, a baby is born. According to the Telegraph, the British media, the “Chester Zoo, the zoo’s monkey baby was born. This is the smallest monkey species ‘maramoseta Eastern Pygmy’ families monkeys.
This is a small species of monkeys are just five inches in length, and after maturity is up to 150 g in weight. Zoo officials said the cub did not name them yet. Until now it was not known what sex the baby. Meanwhile, the baby monkey on his parents’ gumira (7) on the back of a picture into a tree carache zoo widespread social yogayogamadhyame created a stir when it was posted.
Chester Zoo officials said, the little ‘star’ monkey breastfeeding her mother for drinking andrera (6) has been given to. However, this does not take care of little kids, mothers species of monkeys. So the child is always kept near his father gumira.
The baby monkey was born on January 3. Because of its small size, it explains how to do any of the baby publicly until now has not been considered. Bisesajnadera, according to the species of Brazilian monkeys usually pascincala, south-east of Colombia, Ecuador and Peru in the eastern lush green forests of eastern seen.
The maramosetara Pygmy (Pygmy marmoset) is very active and effective. Due to the small twig from top to bottom, from bottom to top and can run easily. The monkeys were able to keep them in your pocket one by one, affection ‘paketabanara, “he called. Gharabharti mane some called “little lion called.
They are mainly fruit, leaf insects and sometimes small reptiles feeds. One of the main trunk of the tree juice diet. These small animals spend most of the time, his sharp nails dug a hole in the tree. These two small groups or families of each of the nine lives. Pygmy maramoseta old captain is.
The animals are mammals give birth each year. Interestingly, 70 percent of twins are born. However, the fear of an endangered species Pygmy maramoseta. Their habitats are being destroyed now that the risk of species extinction in the near future is unfounded.