A critically endangered eight week old monkey has finally been given her name after members of the public voted.
Marwell Zoo’s adorable Sulawesi-crested macaque has been named Indah!
Indah is now starting to explore her new home with a watchful eye from mum and dad.
Born to mum, Drusilla and dad, Douglas, This is the first macaque born at Marwell for 10 years.
Sulawesi-crested macaques (Macaca nigra) are the most endangered of the seven macaque species found on the island of Sulawesi.
In the wild they live in tropical rainforests and mangrove swamp areas on the Northern Peninsula of the Indonesian island.
The animals face many threats in the wild - one of them is over hunting for food, as they are considered a delicacy in areas of Sulawesi.