Baboon - Forst Eibenstein

Baboons are intelligent and social primates that can be found in the savannahs and bushlands of Namibia. They have a distinctive appearance with their robust body structure, long curved faces, and characteristic mane on their heads. Baboons have a rough, olive-brown to gray fur color, and their faces are often adorned with brightly colored patches or lines. They are skilled climbers and can navigate both on the ground and in trees with agility. Baboons are omnivorous, feeding on fruits, leaves, seeds, insects, and occasionally small vertebrates.