A Bolivian gray titi monkey that was born at the Bronx Zoo last month is ready for its close up, and it is SO ADORABLE I can't even come up with anything clever to say about it.

LOOK AT THE BABY MONKEY.

LOOK AT IT.

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BE MY FRIIIIIEEEEEEEND (Julie Larsen Maher © WCS)

LOOK AT HOW CUTE IT IS.

DON'T YOU WANT TO HUG IT.

DON'T HUG IT THOUGH, IT IS TOO SMALL.

IT WILL BREAK.

DO NOT BREAK THE ADORABLE MONKEY.

[INSERT CRASS QUIP ABOUT WORD "TITI" HERE]

SQUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE.

The baby monkey and its monkey parents are in a mixed-species exhibit in the Bronx Zoo’s World of Birds, though it is important to note that monkeys are not birds. They are monkeys. The monkeys get to play in a habitat themed after a South American rainforest, and it is filled with friends like golden lion tamarins and gray-winged trumpeters.

Titi monkeys eat fruits, leaves, and insects. They are so cute I am physically in pain.