A collection of baby animals born at popular zoos around the United States.
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A male black and white colobus monkey, shown with his mother, was born at the Saint Louis Zoo’s Primate House on May 20, it was announced June 21, 2011. The monkey is the first colobus to be born at the Zoo in 11 years. Colobus infants are born with all white hair and a pink face. In contrast, adults are primarily black, with white hair encircling their face and half of their tail. They have a distinctive mantle of long white hair extending from their shoulders around the edge of their back. Infants will change color gradually until they reach adult coloration at about six months. UPI/Saint Louis Zoo
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