A monkey is missing from the Palm Beach Zoo. The tiny animal was stolen, possibly to sell on the black market. But there is another danger. The monkey is on medication. The zoo isn’t saying yet how the theft happened. But they say a monkey like this—if it gets into the wrong hands—can be sold for a small fortune. “If anyone has any information on Kali, her family loves her and would love her returned safe and sound,” said Naki Carter, Palm Beach Zoo director of marketing and communications. The zoo believes the female Goeldi’s monkey was stolen from her locked enclosure on the west side of the zoo at about 1 a.m. Monday when the zoo was closed.