Seltenes Exemplar

Welt / 04.10.2019 • 22:41 Uhr / 1 Minuten Lesezeit

Oranges Fell und große Knopfaugen: Im Taronga-Zoo in Sydney ist ein sehr seltener Tonkin-Schwarzlangur zur Welt gekommen. Die Spezies ist vom Aussterben bedroht. In freier Wildbahn gibt es nach Schätzungen des Zoos nur noch 3000 Affen dieser Art. AFP

 

This handout picture taken on October 2, 2019 and released by Sydney's Taronga Zoo on October 4 shows a newly-born male Francois' Langur, one of the world's rarest monkeys, staying close to his mother at the Taronga Zoo in Sydney. - The zoo estimates there are only about 3,000 of the species left in the wild. (Photo by Rick Stevens / TARONGA ZOO / AFP) / XGTY/ -----EDITORS NOTE --- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT

This handout picture taken on October 2, 2019 and released by Sydney’s Taronga Zoo on October 4 shows a newly-born male Francois‘ Langur, one of the world’s rarest monkeys, staying close to his mother at the Taronga Zoo in Sydney. – The zoo estimates there are only about 3,000 of the species left in the wild. (Photo by Rick Stevens / TARONGA ZOO / AFP) / XGTY/ —–EDITORS NOTE — RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE – MANDATORY CREDIT „AFP PHOTO / RICK STEVENS / TARONGA ZOO “ – NO MARKETING – NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS – DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS – NO ARCHIVES