PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — There’s a cute new addition at the Philadelphia Zoo. Meet Lei, a baby Francois langur.
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We are SO EXCITED to formally introduce you to the newest member of our Zoo family! Please meet Lei, our baby François langur.💕 She was born April 5 to first-time mom Ling and dad Chester. This is the second successful breeding of this species at the Zoo. pic.twitter.com/FHsFPG3H1pREAD MORE: Giant Supermarket Chain Opening 4 New Stores In Philadelphia, Hiring 700 Employees
— Philly Zoo (@phillyzoo) April 23, 2021
She was born earlier this month and we’re told everyone is doing well.
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You can check out Lei and her family exploring their home in the rare animal conservation center and Zoo 360 trails.