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Yellow Baboon (Papio cynocephalus) photographed by Roger Sargent

The yellow baboon (Papio cynocephalus) is a baboon in the family of old World monkeys.

Baboon urine a hit with Zimbabwean women

Man beats up wife over baboon urine – Nehanda Radio

Photo: Soul of the Baboons (Chacma Baboon)

Photo: Soul of the Baboons (Chacma Baboon)

The Japanese macaque AKA as the snow monkey because it lives in areas where snow covers the ground for months each year — no primate is more northern-living, nor lives in a colder climate. Human threats to macaques have been agriculture, logging for construction & fuel & hunting. The replacement of natural forest with lumber plantations is the most serious threat. As human settlement has grown, macaques have lost their fear of humans & have increased their presence in both rural & urban…

Catch a falling snowflake, make a wish. Snow Monkey Catching Snowflakes (by Mark Dumont)

Cape Hyraxes spend most of their time resting either alone or in huddles. They use the heat from the sun to regulate their body temperature as it fluctuates with ambient temperature.

Rock Hyrax with babies (Procavia capensis) Eastern Africa

Yellow Baboons by Suzi Eszterhas, Kenya

Savannah or Yellow Baboon (Papio Cynocephalus) Mothers with Babies, Masai Mara Nat'l Reserve, Kenya

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Kidogo, a 12 year-old Gorilla who lives in Krefeld Zoo in Germany, gained sudden fame to demonstrate ability to walk the tightrope and perform jumps from trees, in falls reminiscent of the action of a gymnast. : the [JornalCiencia] (Translated by Bin