Tonk American Zoo Celebrates the ugly Omen of Evil monkey
The Denver Zoo, Colorado, recently celebrated the birth of one of the rarest and ugliest animals in the world.
The newborn animal is “Iii” and belongs to the monkey species, native to Madagascar, and the park called it “Tonk”.
Because of its ugly and frightening shape, many people on the African continent consider the animal to be evil, according to the Daily Mail.
Ike has two ugly, scary eyes, large ears, light gray hair, and claw fingers that can pick up food from insects from tree branches.
It is not known how many of the animals remain alive, but Denver Park has 3 members, the last of which is the Tonk. There are only 24 animals in the United States Zoo.