I am pleased to say that the Marmoset triplets have all survived and are now half grown. This group are stable and veryexperienced child rearers. It is unusual that a group of marmosets manages to rear more than two babies as the mother only has two mammary glands, like a human and the babies sleep at night ‘latched on’. For three bebies to survive the babies must have been switched about during the night. We are very impressed.