Order : Primates
Family : Cercopithecidae
Subfamily : Cercopithecinae
Genus : Papio
Animals in the genus Papio
Facts about the genus Papio, the baboons
Baboons are best described as large monkeys with long developed and short tails as compared to their cousins.
Baboons are like cats, only more violent and completely different ">
Fuzzy Baboons is not a member of any public groups
Olive baboons are also known as anubis baboons.
The baboons _____ is 68 cm long.
There has been no word from the management on this, but we can only hope they can get it fixed soon as Baboons is the place to be!
The duration of pregnancy in baboons is about two-thirds that of humans but patterns of oestrogen and progesterone secretion are virtually identical. (Full text)
Diet-induced hyperlipidaemia in baboons is similar to that in humans. (Full text)
Combined culture and PCR analyses of tick- and syringe-infected animals indicated that baboons are a sufficient host for B. (Full text)
" A triple insult, considering baboons are neither smelly, ugly, nor apes. (Full text)
Related: Sapolsky's A Primate's Memoir: A Neuroscientist's Unconventional Life Among the Baboons is an enlightening and humorous read about Sapolsky's twenty-one years spent doing field research on a troop of Kenyan baboons. (Full text)
Lifespan in captive baboons is heritable. (Full text)
The enemy of baboons is the leopard, as we said earlier. (Full text)
Experiments show that baboons are capable of abstract reasoning even though their understanding of concepts is less distinct than that of a human. (Full text)
Papio is worthy of the Booker Prize. (Full text)
The consequences for male baboons are particularly gruesome, says Elibariki Mtui, of the African Wildlife Foundation in Arusha, Tanzania. (Full text)
Baboons are to Analogical Thinking. (Full text)
Cranially, cercopithecids have a robust and heavily ridged skull compared to cebids, and the rostrum of some species (baboons) is rather long. (Full text)
papio is not a member of any public groups (Full text)
Baboons Are Dumb (Full text)