chacma baboon

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Noun1.chacma baboon - greyish baboon of southern and eastern Africachacma baboon - greyish baboon of southern and eastern Africa
baboon - large terrestrial monkeys having doglike muzzles
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Around 10 chacma baboons into the third-floor flat and wreaked havoc after one managed to the window open.
4"E), Eastern Province, Zambia, in 2009 and from 50 chacma baboons (P.
Over a six-month period in Tsaobis Leopard Park in Namibia, ZSL scientists followed troops of chacma baboons (Papio ursinus) on foot from dawn to dusk.
Adventurers on the Savvy Navigator tour in May will spend 10 days in and around Cape Town, toasting the sunset on top of Table Mountain, walking with Chacma baboons at Cape Point, feasting on abundant dinners under the stars in the African bush and exploring the explosive city nightlife with local Capetonians.
Cape Town's chacma baboons are a popular attraction and some visitors give them treats in order to lure them closer and take pictures.
Here, chacma baboons, conventionally framed as nonentities without rights, have suffered specifically at the confluence of speciesism and racism in apartheid history.
Chacma baboons are common throughout the country and have recently begun to move out of their natural habitats into urban areas, particularly the Cape Peninsula.
In the film, a troop of Chacma baboons can be seen delicately wading through the flooded Okavango Delta, where the Okavango River empties into the Kalahari Desert, as though they can't stand getting wet.
injected 6 wild-caught Chacma baboons (Papio ursinus orientalis) with pooled HBV-positive serum and analyzed the baboons for 52 weeks by using sensitive molecular techniques to detect evidence of transmission (16).
London, Jan 12 (ANI): A new study has shown that alpha-male chacma baboons allow lower-ranking males to mate with their females as a way to protect the dominant male's own offspring in their absence.
In recent years, chacma baboons have been making themselves heard in the South African press.
The Cape Peninsula in South Africa is home to many species of wildlife, including [approximately equal to] 470 chacma baboons (Papio ursinus), which are a major tourist attraction and source of chronic conflict for local residents.