The news of two newborn monkeys was a golden moment for the Mogo Wildlife Park during lockdown.
Two Golden Lion Tamarins were born last week - the first babies from a new pair at the park.
A Mogo Wildlife Park spokesperson said Golden Lion Tamarins were very rare.
"They are native to Brazil and there are only about 2000 individuals remaining in the wild," the spokesperson said.
"Mogo Wildlife Park has been involved in their breeding program for many years and we are very excited at this new double arrival!"
The spokesperson said twins were common for first pairings.
The Mogo Wildlife Park has been closed during lockdown.
To read fun facts on Golden Lion Tamarins, CLICK HERE.
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