Capuchin Monkey is Officially Legal
GAINESVILLE - He is officially legal but still must stay in his cage.
Staff members with "Jungle Friend’s Primate Sanctuary" celebrated birthday boy Tyler’s 18th birthday.
He is a capuchin from New York and was brought to the sanctuary on north state road 121 after he became an aggressive pet.
They say Tyler also has type two diabetes, which was caused by a poor diet from his previous owner.
Sanctuary staff members are celebrating another birthday on Thursday.
Buddie the weeper capuchin is turning 17.
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