Baby animals often draw big crowds.
That was the case at the Prague Zoo.
A newborn male monkey made his debut.
His mother introduced the baby to its family.
The unnamed baby is a mantled guereza.
Visitors can easily spot the baby because of its white fur.
Reuters says the fur will eventually turn black and white.
It makes sense they’re eating together.
PBS says guereza monkeys live in small cohesive groups of up to 15 individuals.
They spend half their day traveling and feeding.
They spend the other half of their day taking it easy.
That leaves a lot of time to monkey around.