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Hairless alone baboon

Hairless alone baboon

Hairless alone baboon. Rejected Bald female baboon in Kariba, Zimbabwe. Photograph by Ann Warner

Hairless alone baboon
It’s not easy to detect at once what creature is featured in the photograph. This totally bold female baboon was found in Kariba, Zimbabwe, Africa. British housewife 65-year-old Ann Warner spotted this pitiful hairless baboon, all alone hiding in the bush, after being rejected by her troop. The poor animal doesn’t have any friends, she has to survive alone, searching for food. Apes lose their hair in rare cases of alopecia, like humans, but the cause of her baldness is unknown.

Rejected Bold female baboon in Kariba, Zimbabwe

The bald female baboon has to survive alone. Found in Kariba, Zimbabwe. Photograph by Ann Warner

Monkeys and apes sometimes lose their hair in rare cases of alopecia just like humans, although because this hairless female was spotted in the wild the cause of her baldness is unknown.

Hairless alone baboon

The poor rejected female baboon found in Kariba, Zimbabwe. Photograph by Ann Warner

Hairless alone baboon

Hairless alone baboon

Living alone the bald female baboon in Kariba, Zimbabwe. Photograph by Ann Warner

A wild female bald baboon seen in Kariba, Zimbabwe. The rare naked female baboon was spotted by 65-year-old Ann Warner, while she explored the countryside of her adopted home of Zimbabwe with a group of friends. Baboons are found throughout central and southern Africa, living in troops of up to 250 individuals. They are not endangered, although as their forest and plains habitat has been developed by humans they have come into conflict with people. Monkeys and apes sometimes lose their hair in rare cases of alopecia just like humans, although because this hairless female was spotted in the wild the cause of her baldness is unknown. Photograph by Ann Warner. Barcroft Media UK Office, London

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