Spring baby boom starts early at Symbio

Picture from video by Kevin Fallon of Symbio Wildlife Park
Picture from video by Kevin Fallon of Symbio Wildlife Park

Videographer, photographer and marketing guru Kevin Fallon has been busy again showcasing Symbio Wildlife Park and in turn Wollongong to the world with images and footage of tiny Pygmy Marmosets twins recently born at the small family run zoo at Helensburgh.

Symbio enjoyed another huge global response on social media when Mr Fallon posted the cute video of the new babies on Friday morning.

He said born on June 27 the new arrivals each weighed in at a mere 15 grams at birth.

He captured the yet to be named members of the Symbio family just as they were starting to lift their heads to take in all the wonders of the world.

Pygmy Marmosets are the world's smallest monkey, and one of the world's smallest primates.

When fully grown adults they will they will weigh 100 grams.

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