I know this isn't the best shot of her but its the best one I have so far. She was born on April 3rd and we were fortunate to get to see her. Was great to watch her scurrying around. Still needs to work on her coordination. She kept on jumping on small branches and doing flips and twirling off them.
Here's more info
on Azizi. This is the only article I could find but its quite out of date since they did find out its a female and they have already named her.
"What’s black and white and jumps all over?
It’s Binder Park Zoo’s new baby colobus monkey. The new arrival was born on April 3rd and is Binder Park Zoo’s first birth of the year. Visitors to the Zoo will have the opportunity to see mom and baby on exhibit beginning opening day April 26, 2006. At this time, because of the baby’s positioning and closeness to its mother a gender cannot be determined.
This is the first baby colobus monkey to be born at Binder Park Zoo and is a significant step towards conservation of this species. Many monkey species, including the colobus, are in grave danger of two escalating problems in Africa. The first being deforestation, which results in a loss of habitat and the second is the Bushmeat Crisis, which is formed of an illegal network of poachers who hunt and kill the colobus for their fur and their meat. The destruction of this species is advancing at an alarming rate. According to the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) through which Binder Park Zoo is accredited, the Bushmeat crisis is the most significant and immediate threat to wildlife populations in Africa today."
Black and White Colobus Monkey Colobus guereza caudatus
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