Baboons are a lot like people in many ways—from the loving way they raise their young to the strong bonds between family members. Young baboons even like to play like human children. This book looks at the many ways these peaceful creatures survive in the wild. Students will learn all about how baboons were honored by ancient Egyptians, and about how people can work to protect them and their natural habitats.
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