See larger Ophelia, a female Colobus monkey, holds her 3-week-old unnamed baby boy in an Australian pine on one of the islands at the Naples Zoo on Monday. The all-white baby will begin growing dark fur in a few months as he matures. Juvenile Colobus monkeys of the troop — a group of monkeys — will often take turns holding the baby while his mother keeps a watchful eye. This is the sixth Colobus monkey born at the Naples Zoo.

Photo by Garrett Hubbard, Daily News

Ophelia, a female Colobus monkey, holds her 3-week-old unnamed baby boy in an Australian pine on one of the islands at the Naples Zoo on Monday. The all-white baby will begin growing dark fur in a few months as he matures. Juvenile Colobus monkeys of the troop — a group of monkeys — will often take turns holding the baby while his mother keeps a watchful eye. This is the sixth Colobus monkey born at the Naples Zoo.

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