It's a far cry from his old life at the Maui Zoo.
"The zoo life compared to sanctuary life is completely different," Meg McCue Jones, senior animal caregiver at IPPL, tells The Dodo. "We're not getting the normal stressors like the animals would get at a zoo. They're not being gawked at. People running around. People yelling. It's a pretty low-stress environment here."
Before the zoo closed its doors in 1996, Maui - along with his mother, Jade, and father, Palu-Palu - were little more than exhibits.
Just things to be gawked at for the price of admission.
When the zoo shut down - McGreal says over animal welfare violations - the sanctuary negotiated to take the entire family.