Baboons live in Africa and Arabia. These mammals largely inhabit areas of open woodlands and savannah, with some found in tropical forests. Baboons climb trees for various reasons, but live on the ground for the most par... More »

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Baboons are classified as omnivores, which means they eat both plants and animals. This animal eats grass and seeds as well as fish, birds and insects. More »

The blue-faced baboon's correct name is the mandrill. Mandrills are large African monkeys closely related to baboons that inhabit jungles and forests. They have distinctive blue-ridged faces with a red stripe down the mi... More »

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One fact about baboons is that they are one of the largest species of monkeys. Males can weigh as much as 82 pounds, and females are about half the size of males. Unlike other monkeys, baboons do not have tails that grip... More »

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A group of baboons is called a troop, consisting of up to 250 individuals. The chacma, olive, yellow and Guinea baboons form the largest troops of all five species of this Old World monkey. More »

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Baboons are classified as omnivores, which means they eat both plants and animals. This animal eats grass and seeds as well as fish, birds and insects. More »

Gorillas are a large species of primate that live in a few small portions of Africa. There are four different subspecies, and all are considered endangered. The western lowland gorilla has the largest population at up to... More »

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