Black And White Colobus at the Toledo Zoo. The adult monkey on the right is holding a 6 day old baby colubus on its chest - you can see the head just over the top of the branch in the foreground of the picture. The young have pure white fur for the first weeks of their life. (Toledo, Ohio, March 1999)
Patricia Jones (photographer; copyright holder), Animal Diversity Web
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