RARE Quý Báu the monkey enjoys a bath after being born in captivity.
The François’ langur was looked after by zoo staff when she was ignored by first-time mum Mei Mei.
But the one-month-old has now bonded with her parents at Philadelphia Zoo, US.
The zoo said: “This is the first birth of this species here.”
“We’re so excited to introduce the newest member of our Zoo family – a baby François’ langur.
“When she was first born, our team noticed Mei Mei wasn’t attending to her, which isn’t uncommon for first time moms.
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“So our vet staff took the baby to the animal hospital for a warming bath and some food.
“Since then, she and mum have bonded and the entire family is doing great.
“We’ve named her Quý Báu – pronounced Qwee-bow which means “precious” in Vietnamese.
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