A safari park in Scotland is getting used to having a new attraction bringing in visitors - Ruffles the red-ruffed lemur.
This is Ruffles and mum Ruby. The baby was born two weeks ago, and at the moment keepers aren't sure if it's a boy or a girl. They want to give Ruffles space before they find out.
When Ruffles is older it will be as big as mum Ruby. That means it'll be around 60cm tall with a tail the same length!
Most of the time the new arrival just stays close to its mum, but when keepers gave Ruffles a pear to play with it didn't quite know what to do with it.
The head keeper at the park's pet farm said: "It was very taken with the pear and started licking it. But it's being fed by mum for now. We think Ruffles will be a big hit."
And it seems that not even Ruffles knows yet it if it likes the taste - maybe it needs someone to peel the pear first!