Primatologist and Monkey Forest Director, Sue Wiper, has told ITV News Central that Trentham Monkey Forest is gearing up for more births.
Staff have welcomed the birth of three baby primates at Trentham Monkey Forest – all boys – two of which were born of the same day.
"Barbary macaques are considered an endangered species," said Primatologist and Monkey Forest Director, Sue Wiper.
“This is a lovely time of year for us. We have several babies each year but to have two in one day is unusual and exciting. We celebrate every birth as a very positive step in our conservation programme," she added.
Visitors to the forest will be able to glimpse the babies holding on to their mother’s where they keep warm and feed.
The park is expecting more arrivals in the coming weeks.