It's hard not to be anthropomorphic.

17th February 2013
And particularly when watching baboons! I spent about half an hour enjoying watching a troop of baboons as they slowly congregated at the base of the huge ebony which they use as a roosting site. Females and males groomed each other, the youngsters played and even the youngest babies let go of their mothers and explored their immediate surroundings.



These two were playing on top of a termite mound, wrestling gently with each other. As I lifted my camera, I disturbed them a little, and they looked round guiltily. I couldn't help but think of my brothers.





Eventually, after hiding behind the mound, they scaled their tree.



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