Beware Fake News! The baboon population in the Southern Cape Peninsula is flourishing under the policy of "Keep our baboons wild and safe". The population has doubled from 379 in 2006 to over 600 in 2016. The population is not at risk or in any danger. All…
The tagging of adult baboons is a baboon management strategy used for identifying leading individuals in a troop. There are currently 10 females (25% of female adults in the managed population) and 28 males (50% of the male adults in the managed population) which are tagged across…
The public is urged to NOT feed baboon troops affected by recent fires. Baboon rangers, conservation authorities, veterinarians and animal welfare experts have evaluated the situation. The assessment is that there is plenty of food and water, at this time, for all baboon troops around the city.…
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