ZSL London Zoo keepers count animals one by one during annual stocktake

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But London Zoo keeper Sam Storey figured out a way to bypass the little blighters during the annual stocktake.

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The squirrel monkeys pictured here were among 700 types of creature great and small being recorded yesterday. The yellow primates were clearly trying to help while the penguins became playful with a staffer attempting to tally them in Regent’s Park. The roll call got a welcome boost recently with the birth of one of the world’s rarest tigers. Footage released last week showed Gaysha, a 10-year-old Sumatran, cleaning and feeding her unnamed tiny cub, just hours after its birth on December 12.

The species, from Indonesia, are the rarest and smallest tiger, with only 300 in the wild.

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