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A guereza monkey (Colobus Guereza) holds a newborn baby at Prague Zoo Featured Guereza Print

A guereza monkey (Colobus Guereza) holds a newborn baby at Prague Zoo

A guereza monkey (Colobus Guereza) holds a newborn baby at Prague Zoo, Czech Republic, August 7, 2015. The guereza monkey baby was born on July 31, according to the zoo. REUTERS/David W Cerny TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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Mantled guereza in a fig tree Featured Guereza Print

Mantled guereza in a fig tree

Mantled guereza (Colobus guereza) young adult sitting in a wild fig tree. This monkey is also known as the eastern black-and-white colobus. Found in west central and east Africa, it lives in troops consisting of one adult male and several females. It feeds on fruits, flowers and seeds, and reaches a body length of some 60 centimetres, not including its long tail (lower right). Photographed in Ethiopia

© BRIAN GADSBY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Mantled guereza mother and baby Featured Guereza Print

Mantled guereza mother and baby

Mantled guereza (Colobus guereza) mother and baby in a wild fig tree. This monkey is also known as the eastern black-and-white colobus. Found in west central and east Africa, it lives in troops consisting of one adult male and several females. It feeds on fruits, flowers and seeds, and reaches a body length of some 60 centimetres. Newborn babies are carried by their mother for their first few months. Photographed in Ethiopia

© BRIAN GADSBY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY