Following the recent identification of a new endangered species, the presence of monkeys in wildlife parks has increased. Monkeys in conservation programs around the world are finding the opportunity to reproduce in protected parks.

The stingray got pregnant even though it had no mate! The stingray got pregnant even though it had no mate!

According to an announcement made yesterday by the County Cork park in Ireland, a baby langur monkey was born on November 22, the offspring of mother monkey Mei and father monkey Shinobi. This endangered species has excited researchers.

This is the first time such a monkey has been born in a County Cork park. The monkey's mother and sister were brought to the wildlife park as part of the European Endangered Species Relocation Program.

Teresa Power, manager of Foot Wildlife Park, said they hoped the birth of this baby would help "raise awareness of the critical need for conservation efforts".