A 2-month-old lemur named Penis Ring was released from a California wildlife refuge after it was captured in a cage.
The ring-tailed lemur was taken from the San Diego Zoo and is being cared for at a wildlife rehabilitation center in Santa Cruz, California, according to ABC News.
The lemur’s owner, Richard Johnson, says he was “satisfied” with the outcome.
He told ABC News, “The ring is in good health and has no ill effects.
It is still in quarantine and I think that will keep it out of the public.”
In March, the ring-tailed lemur went missing from the Santa Cruz Zoo after a security guard was bitten by the animal.
It was later found in a remote area of the San Francisco Bay Area.
Johnson said he has no idea what happened to Penis.
He says he is “happy” that the ring is now safe and healthy, but has not been able to get his hands on the lemur for two years.