A rare black lemur has been born at Drusillas Park in East Sussex.
The baby was born last month at the zoo's walkthrough enclosure Lemurland.
Under the careful eye of mum Clementine, the new arrival has been growing in confidence and will soon be exploring its surroundings.
The sex of the baby is not yet known although over the next few months, it will be clear to tell.
If it's a male, it will be all black with orange eyes whereas the females are brown with long whitish ear tufts.
Only then will the keepers name the baby!
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