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I took this shot of Baboon in Nairobi National Park in Kenya.


Nairobi National Park is a wildlife reserve located in Nairobi, Kenya, and is home to a diverse range of wildlife, including baboons. Baboons (Papio) are a type of Old World monkey that are native to Africa and are found in a variety of habitats, including grasslands, forests, and savannas.


In Nairobi National Park, baboons can be seen in various parts of the park, including near the riverbanks and in areas where there are plenty of trees and vegetation. They are known for their distinctive appearance, with their long, dog-like snouts and thick fur.


While baboons in Nairobi National Park are protected within the park boundaries, they can sometimes come into conflict with humans living on the outskirts of the park. Baboons are known to raid crops and gardens, and can be aggressive towards humans if they feel threatened or if they are habituated to human food.


To help mitigate conflicts between baboons and humans in Nairobi National Park, there are ongoing efforts to educate local communities about the importance of coexisting with wildlife and the dangers of feeding or approaching baboons. There are also programs in place to monitor baboon behavior and movements within the park to better understand their ecology and behavior.


Baboons are an important and fascinating part of the wildlife in Nairobi National Park, and efforts are being made to ensure their protection and conservation for future generations.


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