Gelada Baboons

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Details of Gelada Baboons

Gelada baboons are actually more closely related to monkeys than baboons, and are only found in the Ethiopian highlands with large populations in the Simien Mountains National Park.

Living in huge groups along the treacherous cliffs of the park, Gelada Baboons are the only grass-grazing primates left in the world.

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Gelada baboons are actually more closely related to monkeys than baboons, and are only found in the Ethiopian highlands with large populations in the Simien Mountains National Park.


Living in huge groups along the treacherous cliffs of the park, Gelada Baboons are the only grass-grazing primates left in the world.

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