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A: There are some great animal models — baboons and rats — but only hints in humans.
But while giraffes, zebras, elephants, lions, baboons and warthogs stalk, clamber and strut across the veld, the one thing tourists and hunters will rarely see on a South African safari is a black South African.
The Reptile Institute closed in 1980 — neighbors reportedly objected to the venomous snakes, and there was controversy after Seashole’s beloved baboon died.
Combine this with the chance to explore Ethiopia’s surprisingly mountainous terrain, home to the rare Ethiopian wolf and the bleeding heart monkey or gelada baboon.
The animals with outdoor enclosures will be closely watched, like the gorillas, baboons, giraffes, elephants, birds, flamingos, tortoises, and more.
But others say that baboon behavior may have no implications for humans.
Spanning 8 acres, Africa Rocks will house African penguins, baboons, lemurs, monkeys, and, for the first time in the zoo’s history, sharks.
In addition to the penguins, Africa Rocks will highlight baboons, lemurs that can leap across expanses of 40 feet and monkeys that live in social groups led by the females.
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