Completion of the new bonobo habitat at the Zoo meant that the bonobos that had been living in temporary quarters at the Wild Animal Park could now move into their new home. As soon as they did, they did a little redecorating: they ate large portions of the edible plants, particularly guava leaves, bamboo, palms, hibiscus, ficus, ginger, banana leaves, and mulberry. The plants were intended for them to eat—but not all at once! It was definitely happy "salad days" for the primates. Bonobo Road was another stage of the Heart of the Zoo project that had started in 1981, and in addition to the spacious new home for the troop of bonobos, there were also new exhibits for Angolan colobus monkeys and African crowned eagles.