The now world-famous Mystery Monkey of Tampa Bay will get his first look Monday at the new home where he'll live out his days. He'll never see the skyline of his old St. Petersburg home again. But he will see other monkeys -- something experts say is critical for the health of any monkey. The Mystery Monkey of Tampa Bay has been named Cornelius by the team that tracked him for years and finally captured him in October. Cornelius is a particularly clever character in the movie "Planet of the Apes." Ever since that capture, he's been in quarantine in Palm Harbor. Thursday, the State of Florida handed over custody of Cornelius to Vernon Yates. And Monday at 11 a.m., Yates will bring Cornelius to his new, permanent home at Dade City's Wild Things in Pasco County.