Meet four of Taronga Zoo's newest, fluffiest additions -- a team of squirrel monkeys.
They're too young to tell their gender, so they don't have names yet but primate keeper Janet Lackey said they were fitting right in.
"It's a very exciting time for the family group of 17 squirrel monkeys," Lackey said.
The cling to mum like backpacksPaul Fahy / Taronga Zoo
Sometimes it's nap time when you're on the movePaul Fahy / Taronga Zoo
They love fruitPaul Fahy / Taronga Zoo
And playing with the other newbornsPaul Fahy / Taronga Zoo
They're learning about the worldPaul Fahy / Taronga Zoo
And discovering new sensationsPaul Fahy / Taronga Zoo
With mum always close byPaul Fahy / Taronga Zoo
"We are starting to see the older babies venturing off mum's back and exploring the trees and ropes, and being very playful together.
"The youngest baby is still clinging tightly to mum as there is quite a big developmental difference between four and six weeks of age."
"We do have a first time mum in the group, little four-year-old Yamma, and she is doing so impressively well. We are really proud of her," said Janet.Suggest a correction