One of Zoo Atlanta's newest and youngest residents needs a name and zoo officials are asking the community to help find one.

The zoo has opened an online survey to give metro area residents a chance to pick one of three possible names for its new Angolan colobus monkey, who was born June 28. The window to vote for a name won't open long, however. It closes at midnight Thursday.

The survey is available at The winning name is expected to be announced Friday.

The options are three Swahili names including:

• Tisa, which means "nine" (Zoo officials said there are nine Angolan colobus monkeys in its Small Primate Team group.)

• Nia, which means "purpose"

• Zuli, which means "beautiful"

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