BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Maryland Zoo is welcoming some new additions to its chimpanzee forest.
Naim and Gus, the Red-tailed guenons, both arrived at the Maryland Zoo last month; one from a zoo in Tampa, the other from Atlanta.READ MORE: Fourth Stimulus Check: Should You Expect Another Relief Payment?
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These monkeys usually live in forests and swamplands throughout central Africa.MORE NEWS: Ravens WR Bateman Celebrates Birthday By Giving His Mom A Mercedes Benz
After an introduction period, the duo will share their habitat with the Colobus monkeys.