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Zookeepers have created a living space for the youngster because he is so vulnerable starting life on his own. The intelligent infants need stimulation as they are highly active and curious from an early age.
Their first instinct is to cling to their mothers tightly, hence the substitute teddy bear.
Nisan is bottle-fed at Tarsus Nature Park in Mersin, Turkey, and has his own tree to play in.
And the youngster, born last month, is taken home every night by Gaziantep Zoo clinic chief and mother-of-two Ozsun Yurt.
She tucks him up and he behaves just like a human baby, sucking his thumb in bed with his furry pal by his side.
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