Baby Aye-Aye at Denver Zoo


Dave Parsons | The Denver Zoo

Arriving on April 18, this endangered primate is only the second aye-aye born in a North American zoo.  Native to Madagascar, aye-ayes have a monkey-like body, a squirrel-like tail, large eyes, and an elongated middle finger (which they use to pick insects out of tree hollows).

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