ZOO visitors will see these little cuties popping up all over the place.
The silvery marmosets are the latest animals to be given access to all areas at Whipsnade Zoo.
Up until now the family of seven have been living within a wooden enclosure. But they are now among the mara, wallabies and muntjac deer who also roam free in the zoo’s 600 acres.
Keeper Steve Perry said: “It’s a whole new world for them - they are free to go wherever they like and are enjoying themselves foraging.
“At the end of each day we ring a bell and they come back for food.”