Justin Beiber's monkey, Mally, will now live in a German wildlife park after the singer failed to produce the necessary paperwork to get Mally back. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports.
Doctors in China believe the success of a liver transplant from a genetically modified pig to a macaque monkey could be a futuristic solution for human transplant surgery. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.
In a new book, Marina Chapman is claiming that after being kidnapped and left in the Colombian jungle, she was kept alive by capuchin monkeys, surviving on their discarded fruit and nuts, forgetting her name, and living as a monkey for years. NBC’s Michelle Kosinski reports.
Customs officials seized Justin Bieber’s pet capuchin when the pop star arrived in Munich for his European concert dates last week , and put the monkey in quarantine when Bieber was unable to produce the correct paperwork for it.
Animal expert Jeff Musial shows off five animals that each have a unique, extreme feature, including fennec foxes with extremely large ears, spider monkeys with very long arms and legs, and a skink that looks like it has two heads.
A wild baby macaque monkey eats a fruit left by pedestrians in the suburbs of Kuala Lumpur on Jun 11, 2013. The long-tailed macaques can be found in the suburbs of the capital. AFP PHOTO / MOHD RASFANMOHD RASFAN/AFP/Getty Images
epa03724890 Capuchin monkey Mally, formerly owned by Justin Bieber, climbs in the quarantine area at Serengeti Park in Hodenhagen,Â Germany, 31 May 2013. The former Justin Bieber's monkey has arrived at its new home with a family of Capuchin monkeys at the animal park after being confiscated due to