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A rare leaf monkey infant has survived thanks to keepers at Sydney's Taronga Zoo who are continuing to care for it round the clock. The orange female has been cared for round the clock since mid-March when keepers stepped in because its mother did not produce enough milk. The Taronga Zoo's staff have spent three months staying overnight, bottle feeding the infant in front of its family members to maintain the bonds. Report by Andrea Lilly. Subscribe to ITN News! http://bit.ly/itnytsub Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/itn Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/itn Visit our homepage: http://itn.co.uk More stories from ITN: Dorothy Custer celebrates 102nd birthday with a base jump: http://bit.ly/15DwKRj Taiwan earthquake caught on CCTV: http://bit.ly/13cfW1Y Turkish riot police spray tear gas in face of woman in a red dress in Istanbul: http://bit.ly/15Dwvpm Moscow's secret underground town: http://bit.ly/13naafz Olympic sprinter Adam Gemili loses race against robot: http://bit.ly/ZRnFpt Russian daredevil does incredible base jump off Mount Everest: http://bit.ly/11MJ5nA Huge anti-government protests in Turkey: http://bit.ly/19yiCvG Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says he will honour weapons contracts with Russia: http://bit.ly/13cIJVz Ostrich runs wild on the streets of China: http://bit.ly/12Xvu9F Is this the world's cutest dog? http://bit.ly/15rBGZS Pizza delivery man caught eating customer's toppings: http://bit.ly/12QMLkC Check out Truthloader, the new home of citizen journalism on YouTube. Subscribe now at http://bit.ly/tldrsub See 2013's Most Watched Videos: http://bit.ly/14iM9r5 See our Top 20 Most Watched Videos: http://bit.ly/11GI36D See 2012's Most Watched Videos: http://bit.ly/18R1boW
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Rare baby monkey: Leaf monkey fed by zookeepers at Sydney's Taronga Zoo
A rare leaf monkey infant has survived thanks to keepers at Sydney's Taronga Zoo who are continuing to care for it round the clock. The orange female has been cared for round the clock since mid-March when keepers stepped in because its mother did not produce enough milk. The Taronga Zoo's staff have spent three months staying overnight, bottle feeding the infant in front of its family members to maintain the bonds. Report by Andrea Lilly. Subscribe to ITN News! http://bit.ly/itnytsub Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/itn Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/itn Visit our homepage: http://itn.co.uk More stories from ITN: Dorothy Custer celebrates 102nd birthday with a base jump: http://bit.ly/15DwKRj Taiwan earthquake caught on CCTV: http://bit.ly/13cfW1Y Turkish riot police spray tear gas in face of woman in a red dress in Istanbul: http://bit.ly/15Dwvpm Moscow's secret underground town: http://bit.ly/13naafz Olympic sprinter Adam Gemili loses race against robot: http://bit.ly/ZRnFpt Russian daredevil does incredible base jump off Mount Everest: http://bit.ly/11MJ5nA Huge anti-government protests in Turkey: http://bit.ly/19yiCvG Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says he will honour weapons contracts with Russia: http://bit.ly/13cIJVz Ostrich runs wild on the streets of China: http://bit.ly/12Xvu9F Is this the world's cutest dog? http://bit.ly/15rBGZS Pizza delivery man caught eating customer's toppings: http://bit.ly/12QMLkC Check out Truthloader, the new home of citizen journalism on YouTube. Subscribe now at http://bit.ly/tldrsub See 2013's Most Watched Videos: http://bit.ly/14iM9r5 See our Top 20 Most Watched Videos: http://bit.ly/11GI36D See 2012's Most Watched Videos: http://bit.ly/18R1boW
Date: 6/10/13
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