The cute creature will soon meet other members of his species
The monkey who was confiscated from Justin Bieber at Munich Airport in March has now been re-homed in a zoo.
Little Mally – who’s a capuchin monkey – is living at the Serengeti Wildlife Park in Hodenhagen, northern Germany.
He was transferred from the animal shelter he’d been staying in last month and is soon to be introduced to other members of his species.
Mally was seized by customs when Justin, 19, flew into the country from LA on his Believe world tour without the correct paperwork.
He hadn’t sorted out his pet’s vaccinations or permission to import a live animal from outside the European Union.
Justin was given Mally for his 19th birthday and was said to be ‘heartbroken’ when he got put into quarantine – so he’ll be pleased to hear that the monkey is doing well.
‘Mally is a clever little guy,’ Serengeti‘s manager Fabrizio Sepe tells Metro.
‘We are confident that he will settle in quickly.’
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