Olive Baboon (Papio anubis)

Details

Details of Olive Baboon (Papio anubis)

Large, powerful mammals with well-developed social skills and great intelligence. Large herds of up to 100 baboons can be spotted, lead by an aggressive and strong male. Females bring stability to the group. Baboons are notorious for stealing food at lodges and campsites, so watch out!

 

Short Overview

Height: M 65 cm; F 55 cm


Weight: M 28 kg; F 17 kg


Active: Diurnal


Habitat: Woodland savannah and mountain areas


Food: Fruit, berries, insects, sometimes meet


 

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