Boise's two new Patas monkeys arrived on a Delta Airlines flight Wednesday night at 11 p.m. and are now in their new zoo home.
The two females, 23-month-old DJ and Kibibi, 15 months, appear to be in good health, zoo director Steve Burns said.
DJ and Kibibi will spend a month separated from other animals at the zoo, Burns said. After that, they'll be introduced to Incas, the adult male Patas monkey who survived a November break-in at the zoo that resulted in the death of Incas' companion Cratey.
If all goes well, Incas and DJ could breed, zoo officials said.