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Female olive baboon (Papio cynocephalus) grooming adolescent : Stock Photo
Location: Masai Mara Game Reserve, Kenya. Olive baboons live in large, close-knit groups of 30-150 animals, with one dominant male. They spend much of their time on the ground foraging for insects, spiders and bird's eggs.

Female olive baboon (Papio cynocephalus) grooming adolescent

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Location: Masai Mara Game Reserve, Kenya. Olive baboons live in large, close-knit groups of 30-150 animals, with one dominant male. They spend much of their time on the ground foraging for insects, spiders and bird's eggs.
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BC6244-001
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Manoj Shah
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The Image Bank
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