INUYAMA, Japan (NBC/NTV) - A baby golden-haired monkey has been unveiled to the public in Japan.
The newborn is a Francois' langur, an endangered leaf-eating species of monkey found in Southeast China and Vietnam.
This species is interesting because the babies are born with golden hair and skin, and the adults are almost completely black.
It is thought that the babies are brightly colored to make it easier for adults to find and care for them.
The baby monkeys' hair gradually begins to change from gold to black after about two months.
This one was born in late July, so there's only a short time visitors can see this rare sight.
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