Seeing these newborns is reason enough for a vacation.
Two newborn Golden-Bellied Capuchin monkeys made their debut at the Münster Zoo in Germany, the largest breeding group for the species in Europe. (Sixteen currently call the zoo home.)
The only place you'll find more of these monkeys is at La Vallée de Singes in France, where there are 17.
The two were born in early August, but you can now see them roaming the exhibit with the rest of their troop. These monkeys are diurnal and arboreal, according to Zooborns.com. They spends their days hunting for food and sleep in trees during the night hours. You know, kind of like humans.
Another fun fact: Golden-Bellied Capuchin monkeys can jump up to nine feet high—perfect for hopping from limb-to-limb.