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Baboon

Size relative to a 6-ft (2-m) man:

Fast Facts:
Type: Mammal
Diet: Omnivore
Average lifespan in the wild: 30 years
Size: Head and body, 20 to 34 in (60 to 86 cm); Tail, 16 to 23 in (41 to 58 cm)
Weight: 33 to 82 lbs (22 to 37 kg)
Group name: Troop

Did you know?
Baboons use at least ten different and unique vocalizations to communicate with other members of the troop.

 Baboons are opportunistic eaters and, fond of crops, become destructive pests to many African farmers. They eat fruits, grasses, seeds, bark, and roots, but also have a taste for meat. They eat birds, rodents, and even the young of larger mammals, such as antelopes and sheep.

 
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