All three pygmy marmosets stolen from Australia's Symbio Wildlife Park have been safely returned to their family.
Park staff were particularly concerned for the care of a four-week-old baby, which was stolen alongside its sister, Sofia, and father, Gomez, sometime between Friday night and Saturday morning.
The baby was recovered from the back seat of a vehicle police stopped, and Sofia was found in Campbelltown, both on Monday.
Now, Gomez has been recovered and reunited with his family.
"Like Sofia and the baby, Gomez was received in okay condition, and very scared," the park said.
"Gomez has been reunited with his family this morning and we are allowing them as much time as needed to settle back in, in privacy."
Symbio's general manager Matt Radnidge said the family are part of a long-term breeding program.
"And if we take our dominant breeding male out of the situation it just throws it into chaos," he said.
"[It] beggars belief why someone would do that. Whether it is a status symbol or a novelty - that's all it would be to people."
Two brothers, 23 and 26, have pleaded guilty to dealing with the proceeds of crime.
The park has thanked everyone for their support and assistance during the trying time.