Altina Wildlife Park has welcomed two "cheeky" emperor tamarins to its growing menagerie of animals.
"Sebastian" and "Alexander" are part of a small monkey species native to the southwest Amazon Basin in South America.
The monkeys have settled in well to their new home at Darlington Point and can be visited by the public this weekend following the easing of lockdown restrictions.
The park's Rebecca Surian is confident their long, white whiskers and "gorgeous personalities" will be popular with visitors.
"Monkeys are always a hit, you can watch them for hours," Ms Surian said.
"They like to check out people at the fronts of their enclosures, and they probably think that it is a sideshow as well."
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Altina hopes to welcome more of the species in the future.
"These two boys are a great addition to our species list, which means we now have 48 different species," Ms Surian said.
"It's always nice to have new animals and new programs that allow us to assist with conservation."