Endangered tamarin monkey born
One of the world's most endangered primates has been born at the headquarters of the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust.
The male baby black lion tamarin monkey is the first born outside of Brazil for eight years.
The species of monkey is critically endangered in the wild, with fewer than 1000 black lion tamarins remaining.
Named Francisco by its keepers, the baby's arrival will help efforts to reintroduce it to its native habitat.