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Ah, would you look at the new baby white-faced saki at Dublin Zoo...

The little guy, who has yet to be named, was born to mum and first-time dad on 30 April.

DUBLIN ZOO HAS a new resident – a cute newborn white-faced saki that will live in the South American House.

The little guy, who has yet to be named, was born to mum and first-time dad on 30 April and weighs only 150 grams.

Over time, the new addition will develop a distinctive face of white hair, for now his little baby face is pretty bald.

For the next four months, his mother will carry him around close to her chest but as he grows stronger and gains more independence, he will start exploring the habitat on his own.

Here is the little ball of cuteness cuddling his mother:

(Images: Patrick Bolger Photography/Dublin Zoo)

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