Check out the Bronx Zoo's adorable baby primates (slide show)

These almost intolerably cute critters recently made their debut at the Bronx Zoo. Awww!

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  • Photograph: Julie Larsen Maher

    A young brown collared lemur rides on its mom’s back in the Madagascar! exhibit at the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Bronx Zoo.

  • Photograph: Julie Larsen Maher

    A young mandrill holds the hand of a fellow troop member in the Congo Gorilla Forest at the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Bronx Zoo.

  • Photograph: Julie Larsen Maher

    The baby silver leaf langur stands is easy to spot among the adults until its coat changes from a striking orange color to silver between three to five months of age.

Photograph: Julie Larsen Maher

A young brown collared lemur rides on its mom’s back in the Madagascar! exhibit at the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Bronx Zoo.

PSA: Today, the Wildlife Conservation Society announced that a new crop of baby animals has debuted at the Bronx Zoo. If these photos don't make your Wednesday better, then please go see a doctor, because you might be allergic to really cute things. The adorable newborns include a collared brown lemur, a silver-leaf langur and a mandrill.


You can see the adorable primates in the flesh (in the fur?) this summer at the Bronx Zoo.



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