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Carlos Turns 1!

Brandi Hunt June 25, 2014

Baby Carlos turned 1 year old on June 13th and he has changed so much! When Carlos arrived in September, he was only 3 months old and wanted a lot of attention from the caretakers. He was nervous at first, but he came to love it here. The caretakers made quick work to find him a mother figure to teach him the ropes. The caretakers decided that Dewey and Crunchy were the perfect role models. Within days Carlos fell in love with grandma Crunchy and forgot all about us, which is exactly what we were hoping for! Crunchy became very protective of Carlos and wouldn’t even let Dewey around him at first, but she has calmed down since then. If you look at the pictures below you can see how much Carlos has changed just in his appearance. Of course, that is not all that is different. Carlos is braver when it comes to stealing food from Crunchy and Dewey. He is a very energetic little man who loves to swing on Dewey’s tail and jump on Crunchy’s back. In the future, we hope that Carlos will have more monkey friends to play with. We’re grateful that Lori and her family cared enough about Carlos and were considerate enough to find him a proper home. Happy Birthday baby Carlos. Don’t grow up too fast. 



By Jenna and Hunter on July 22, 2014

Beautiful soulful eyes. Nature’s beauty smile happy birthday little Carlos smile

By Shawn Kayley Sullivan on May 06, 2015

I love Carlos I just think he is so cute and I have to say he is one of my favorite monkeys there me and my friend want to do that adopt thing on the webpage but we could not find were he was at on the adopt thing

By Brandi Hunt on May 08, 2015

Unfortunately, we have not been able to put Carlos on our website just yet but if you would like to email our Primate Pals coordinator, she will be happy to make Carlos your Primate Pal! Her name is Erika Fleury at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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