While Ciam was living free in the forest, she roamed nearby the center. The problem with staying too close to the center is the potential for close encounters between her and visitors at MWC. Since MWC is literally built in the rainforest, the paths that lead to the enclosures, and are used by visitors, are directly in the rainforest. A visitor to the center was bitten by Ciam on the path and she had to be placed back in her enclosure at MWC. No one is sure why she bit the visitor, but it is assumed that the visitor had food and possibly enticed Ciam.
After experiencing the fun of cleaning up all the paint in the enclosure before it dried, the head keeper and primate expert, Keith Lloyd, told me whenever you think an item is out of reach of Ciam, move it away another 30 feet. That was definitely a learning experience that I could not have learned from a text book.