I was born on January 14, 1992, at the Coulston Foundation (TCF), a biomedical research lab in Alamogordo, NM. My mother, Jody, is now a resident of Chimpanzee Sanctuary Northwest; my father, Spock, was a resident of Save the Chimps but has sadly passed away. I spent just one hour with my mother before being taken from her and sent to the laboratory nursery. I was used in at least two biomedical research studies before the age of four.
When I was ten years old, TCF was on the verge of bankruptcy and I was rescued by Save the Chimps. Today, I am a member of Tapioca’s Group, and I enjoy roaming my spacious island home with my best friend, JJ. I am an energetic and powerful chimp who loves to make some noise! I love enrichment parties and am alwaays the first one making noise to show my excitement. I am a great problem solver, when given pvc tubes with peanut butter inside, once I get as much out as I can, I will fill it with water to help get the rest out. One look into my piercing golden eyes, and I’ll capture your heart.
- Enrichment Parties
- Peanut Butter Tubes