Scientific Name: Papio sp.
Sub-species: Five species are currently recognised (this is some disagreement on whether they are true separate species or sub-species. The true number of sub-species is also currently unknown)
Hamadryas baboon (P. hamadryas) - Horn of Africa
Guinea baboon (P. papio) - Far western Africa
Olive baboon (P. anubis)- north central african savannah
Yellow baboon (P. cynocephalus) South central and eastern Africa
Chacma baboon (P. ursinus) Southern Africa
Distribution: See above
Habitat: Lives in a wide range of habits including woodland, savannah, steppes, sub-desert and alpine slopes
Description: The largest monkey, with adult males achieving a body length of up to 120cm and a body weight of 40kg. The tail is relatively short. Females and much smaller. All baboons have long, dog like muzzles with large canon teeth.
Hunting method: Hunting from a hide.
Hunting available in: Cameroun, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe