From a series of images culled by Borchers for a slideshow of her work. Camera caption: "There are seven monkeys all-together (father, mother and five sons), weighing about a pound each. In preparation for the August opening of the all-new and improved Tropical America Building, Roger Williams Park Zoo monkeys had their hair dyed to make them more visible and identifiable to volunteers. During their annual exams, veterinarian Dr. Janet Martin used semi-permanent dye on the cotton top tamarins signature poof of white head fur to distinguish them from each other. When the exhibit opens, they will roam freely with visitors inside the exhibit. Volunteers will monitor the monkeys' behavior in this new environment and needed a way to distinguish them from each other. These gregarious monkeys look a bit like pint-sized punk rockers."