1.000 mutant apes escaped from a serums laboratory
Deep in the heart of the jungle, hidden among the dense foliage and towering trees, there was a laboratory that had been abandoned for years. No one knew how it had gotten there or who had built it, but it was said to be filled with strange and dangerous machines, and the apes who lived in the area avoided it at all costs.
One day, a group of curious apes stumbled upon the abandoned laboratory while they were out foraging for food. They had heard tales of the mysterious machines and the strange substances that were rumored to be inside, and they were curious to see if the stories were true.
As they explored the dimly lit corridors of the laboratory, the apes came across a room filled with rows of glass bottles containing a glowing, purple liquid. Intrigued, they decided to try the substance, thinking it might have some sort of special powers.
One by one, the apes drank the purple liquid, and as they did, they began to feel a strange tingling sensation throughout their bodies. At first, they thought it was just a side effect of the serum, but as the minutes ticked by, they started to notice that their bodies were undergoing some sort of transformation.
Their fur turned a bright shade of green, their muscles grew larger and stronger, and their senses became heightened. The apes were amazed by the changes they were experiencing, and they couldn't wait to show off their new abilities to their friends.
But as they left the laboratory, the apes realized that they had made a terrible mistake. The serum was actually a mutagen, designed to alter the DNA of living creatures. And now, the apes had unknowingly subjected themselves to its dangerous effects.
As the days passed, the apes' transformations became more and more extreme, and they were no longer recognizable as the creatures they once were. They were forced to flee the jungle and seek shelter in the abandoned laboratory, where they lived out the rest of their days as mutated, outcasts from the rest of the ape community.