I was born February 14, 1983. My parents and place of birth are unknown. When I was young I lived at a Miami attraction called Monkey Jungle, where I was called David.
When I was 9 years old I was sent to the Coulston Foundation, a biomedical research lab in New Mexico. The lab started calling me Larry, and used me in biomedical research. I lived in isolation for a decade in a building known as “the Dungeon.” In 2002, the Coulston Foundation closed and Save the Chimps rescued me. Today I live in a large chimpanzee family on a three-acre island at Save the Chimps in Fort Pierce, Florida. I am an energetic and active chimp who likes to make a lot of noise!
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