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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AHEAD IN THE GAME by Nicholas Dyer WHERE: Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe WHAT: African wild dog pups play a macabre game of tag with the head of a chacma baboon - the remains of their breakfast.
The researchers investigated two wild large chacma baboon groups at Tsaobis Nature Park in Namibia over a period of four years.
Mfuwe BuV and Livingstone BuV were identified in 2 yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus) in Mfuwe and a chacma baboon (P.
The primary aim of this study was to assess the diagnostic efficacy of ROTEG in the quantification of plasma fibrinolytic activity (PFA) or the intensity of the 'lytic state' during thrombolytic therapy in the Chacma baboon.
Seminested RT-PCR was positive in only 1 chacma baboon sample.
Gordimer's creature, found dead on the day of the anti-climactic power-station attack, is identified, with paralleled anti-climax, as a "young full-grown, male Chacma Baboon. Only a baboon, after all; not an orangoutan, not a chimpanzee--just a native species" (Gordimer 1984:200).
He added the reserve hoped to use technology as a research tool, starting with the common Chacma baboon, where there is a gap in knowledge about the effects of predation on the animal.
Chacma baboons saw 121 body parts brought in as trophies, while there were 104 from leopards.
The team was curious about male violence and sexual intimidation in the chacma baboons living in Namibia in part because no one had ever witnessed a male baboon forcing a female to mate with him.