Zuwachs bei den Berberaffen

Welt / 26.05.2015 • 23:01 Uhr / 1 Minuten Lesezeit
epa04767455 A one-day old barbary macaque (Macaca sylvanus) with its parents at their enclosure in Wroclaw's Zoo in Wroclaw, Poland, 25 May 2015. The Barbary macaque is of particular interest because males play an atypical role in rearing the young. Despite uncertain paternity, males are integral to raising infants. EPA/MACIEJ KULCZYNSKI POLAND OUT
epa04767455 A one-day old barbary macaque (Macaca sylvanus) with its parents at their enclosure in Wroclaw’s Zoo in Wroclaw, Poland, 25 May 2015. The Barbary macaque is of particular interest because males play an atypical role in rearing the young. Despite uncertain paternity, males are integral to raising infants. EPA/MACIEJ KULCZYNSKI POLAND OUT

Behutsam passt das Berberaffen-Pärchen auf sein neugeborenes Baby auf. Die Familie lebt in einem Zoo im polnischen Breslau. Foto: EPA