Behavior[edit | edit source]
Like their ancestors, they live in big, organized troops. They are curious towards humans, but retaliate accordingly if attacked. They have a sense of altruism and team-spirit, as if one is injured, it will call for help and the rest of the troop will come to its defense.
Biology[edit | edit source]
They resemble olive baboons, but are the larger chacma baboons and they
have long legs. They have shaggy, dog-like hair in response to living in the forests and grasslands, even deserts and like their groups. Baboons live in large troops.
History[edit | edit source]
Their presence in a Canadian redwood forests suggests that they may be descended from feral baboons who escaped from laboratories, zoos, circuses, pet-owners, and private breeders.