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Photo courtesy of WCS/Julie Larsen Maher
Photo courtesy of WCS/Julie Larsen Maher
Two Bolivian titi monkeys are coming to the Prospect Park Zoo next weekend.

The Wildlife Conservation Society’s (WCS) Prospect Park Zoo is ringing in the Year of the Monkey in a literal way by debuting two Bolivian titi monkeys on Saturday, February 27 and Sunday, February 28.

The two new monkeys, one male and one female, are native to South America and according to WCS, are arboreal and diurnal, meaning they dwell in trees and are active during the day.

To read Prospect Park Zoo Director Denise McClean’s blog on the new Bolivian titi monkeys, visit WCS’s Wild View photo blog at http://blog.wcs.org/photo/.

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