Six rare lemurs have been born at Chester Zoo.
The five babies include two sets of twins and the zoo's first ever baby black lemur.
They each weighed no more than a tennis ball at birth.
It's too early to tell whether the five are male or female, as they spend most of their time on their mothers backs.
The ring-tailed lemur is vulnerable to extinction in the wild, and are the planet’s highest primate conservation priority,
Habitat loss in their native home of Madagascar has pushed multiple species to the brink of extinction.
The "important" new arrivals will grow up in the new Madagascar zone at the zoo.
Dr Nick Davis, Chester Zoo’s Deputy Curator of Mammals, said: “Madagascar is a truly inspirational place; home to incredible, unique wildlife that cannot be found anywhere else on the planet. Yet we can report first-hand that we are on the brink of losing many of these species forever."
Conserving Madagascar’s lemurs is urgent and critical. That’s why any birth is important, but to have six rare baby lemurs born within weeks of each other is great news for the breeding programme.