Justin Bieber's Monkey Mally Has New Home And Friends In German Zoo
For all those who can't get enough of Justin Bieber and his monkey, you'll be glad to know that his former pet is adapting to life and doing just fine at a zoo in Germany.
Justin Bieber's capuchin monkey (Mally) was taken away by border authorities back in late March after Bieber failed to provide the required entry clearance documents for the primate. Now, two months after the animal was seized, the monkey has a new home at a wildlife park in Germany.
Bieber was given until May 17 to produce the proper paperwork to reclaim his pet, but Mally became property of Germain officials after he chose to give up ownership of the adorable critter.
The monkey has now been moved from its temporary home in an animal shelter in Munich to the Serengeti Park in Hodenhagen, where he will be introduced to the zoo's six other capuchins, including a newborn named Molly, after a 25-day stint in quarantine.
Check out the video of Mally playing at his new home and zoo in Germany.
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