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October 01, 2003
A baby douc langur clinging to its mother is one of two born - to
different females - at the Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore - Republic of
A BABY DOUC LANGUR CLINGING TO ITS MOTHER AT THE SINGAPORE ZOO.
A baby douc langur clinging to its mother is one of two born - to
different females - at the Singapore Zoological Gardens October 1,
2003, making the zoo the first in the world to breed the endangered
species successfully. The animal is native to countries such as
Vietnam, Laos and China. The public is invited to name the 1
1/2-month-old babies, who join three female and two male adults at the
zoo. REUTERS/David Loh

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