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Africa, Equatorial Africa, Mammals, Elephant Shrew, African Wildlife, Animals Wild, Primates, African Animals, Primate

OLIVE BABOON Papio anubis Geographic Distribution and Habitat Found across 25 countries throughout equatorial Africa, the olive baboon (Papio anubis)—also referred to as the savanna monkey or Anubis baboon—has the most expansive range of any baboon species. Whether they are perched atop a steep, jagged slope overlooking sunlit grassy plains, or scurrying on all fours

Иван Голубенко
Singapore Zoo - Hamadryas Baboon Animal Kingdom, Monkey, Animals And Pets, Apes, Mammals, Animals Wild, Orangutan, Gorilla, Zoo

The Hamadryas Baboon (Papio hamadryas) is a baboon from the Old World monkey family. It is the northernmost of all the baboons; its range extends from the Red Sea in Egypt to Eritrea, Ethiopia and Somalia. Baboons are also native to and live in Southwestern Arabia, especially in Yemen. The mountains of Yemen and the horn of Africa make it a great place for the baboons live, where predators are not as common as in central Africa. The Hamadryas Baboon was a sacred animal to the ancient…

Bartłomiej Szota

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