SYDNEY (NBC/RTV/VNR) - Zookeepers in Sydney have been hand-raising a rare baby leaf monkey.
They've been looking after the orange female monkey since mid-March because her mother didn't produce enough milk.
The Taronga Zoo provided video of zookeepers feeding her from a bottle.
They've spent months staying overnight, feeding the baby monkey in front of its family members to maintain the bonds.
Once she was healthy enough, zookeepers started reintroducing her to her family.
Francois' leaf monkeys, also known as Francois' langurs, are in danger of extinction.
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