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Congratulations to Taronga Zoo in Sydney for welcoming a baby Cotton-top Tamarin

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It’s a proud time for Taronga Zoo in Sydney Australia, as they have welcomed a baby Cotton-top Tamarin, the first one to be born at the zoo in 10 years.

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