Sometimes beauty is in the aye-aye of the beholder.
A rare aye-aye has arrived at the Denver Zoo. The nocturnal lemur, named Tonks, was born August 8.
Known for their distinct look, the animals feature beady eyes, rodent-like teeth and skeletal hands with hooked claws. Native to remote parts of Madagascar, there are only 24 aye-ayes in U.S. zoos, and an unknown number living in the wild.
While Tonks is now healthy, zoo officials said they were concerned at first.