Keepers try to get Spider Monkey grandmother to provide care for baby abandoned by mother
epa02659201 Spider Monkey baby Estela (L) is preened by her grandmother Sonya at Melbourne Zoo in Melbourne, Australia, on 29 March 2011. Estela has been getting round-the-clock care for more than two months from a team of dedicated primate keepers after she was abandoned by her mother. They're aiming to gradually get the cooperation of Estela's grandmother, Sonya, to step in and provide care for the baby. EPA/JULIAN SMITH AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND OUT
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