Your morning adorable: Baby potto makes its debut at Cincinnati Zoo
At Ohio's Cincinnati Zoo, a round-eyed baby potto is just about the cutest thing going. The tiny creature made its public debut shortly before Christmas and remains on display along with its family.
The baby, born on Dec. 8, becomes the eighth potto at the Cincinnati Zoo and only the 16th in any American zoo. Its parents are 10-year-old Lucy and 9-year-old Jabari.
Pottos are small, nocturnal primates that are more closely related to lemurs and lorises than to great apes like chimpanzees and orangutans. They're native to parts of Africa, where they live in treetops and eat things like fruits and insects.
See another photo and a video of the Cincinnati Zoo's potto baby after the jump!
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Photos: Ernest Coleman / Associated Press
Video: Cincinnati Zoo