Translation of baboon in Spanish:


babuino, n.

Pronunciation /bæˈbun/ /bəˈbuːn/

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    babuino masculine
    • A free-ranging vervet monkey, baboon, or macaque recognizes other members of his group as individuals.
    • They have to contend with elephants, hippos, bushpigs, porcupines, vervet monkeys, baboons and birds which are after their crops.
    • By contrast, many Old World monkeys, such as baboons and macaques, live longer, start to reproduce later, and have more time between babies.
    • The crater is home to elephant, buffalo, baboon, reedbuck, colobus monkeys, leopard and duikers.
    • In this park of 137 sq km area, you will see baboon, colobus and vervet monkeys, duikers, elephant, buffalo, giraffe, hippo, leopard, hyena, zebra and a wide range of antelopes.
    • Such pets weren't limited to dogs and cats but included baboons, monkeys, and gazelles.
    • They were thought to work as did their chemical counterparts excreted by monkeys, baboons and chimpanzees.
    • Sometimes it's as interesting to study primate researchers as it is to study the apes, baboons, and monkeys.
    • Much of the supposed behaviour of Lucy and her companions is clearly modelled on baboons - yet baboons are monkeys and not apes at all.
    • Three species of baboons and several large leaf monkeys are recognized.
    • It's well known among primatologists that the number of males within a group of, say, baboons, chimpanzees, or lemurs is related to the number of females.
    • They included baboons, chimpanzees, and macaques - all known to live in large, mixed-sex groups.
    • Another puzzling aspect of the spotted hyena's social structure is that it closely resembles that of the socially complex old-world monkeys, a group including baboons and macaques.
    • Warthog, bushpig, baboon, velvet monkey and many small mammals are also in good numbers.
    • Before trials are approved for humans, the experiments first have to be done on species closest to us, monkeys, baboons and apes.
    • Apart from those already mentioned there are zebras, camels, baboons, lemurs, sea lions, humboldt penguins, tapirs and meerkats.
    • In terms of wildlife, you find elephant, buffalo, hippos, baboons, chimpanzees and over 600 species of birds.
    • Genetic tests indicate that the viruses came from chimpanzees, baboons, and an African green monkey.
    • Humans and gorillas are sister taxa and are more closely related to one another than either is to chimpanzees or baboons.
    • Currently we've got warthogs, monkeys, a baboon, small antelopes, a scrub hare and an Egyptian goose.