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A male Hamadryas baboon (Papio hamadryas) at Parque Jaime Duque near Bogota, Colombia.

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A male Hamadryas baboon (Papio hamadryas) at Parque Jaime Duque near Bogota, Colombia.

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A baboon family in Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda, Africa.

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Men work at tables to burn the hide off of various bushmeat animals in the main market in Malabo. A big male drill was brought in, proof that primates are still being hunted on the island, despite the presidential ban on primate hunting.

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Men work at tables to burn the hide off of various bushmeat animals in the main market in Malabo. A big male drill was brought in, proof that primates are still being hunted on the island, despite the presidential ban on primate hunting.

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Men work at tables to burn the hide off of various bushmeat animals in the main market in Malabo. A big male drill was brought in, proof that primates are still being hunted on the island, despite the presidential ban on primate hunting.

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Men work at tables to burn the hide off of various bushmeat animals in the main market in Malabo. A big male drill was brought in, proof that primates are still being hunted on the island, despite the presidential ban on primate hunting.

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Men work at tables to burn the hide off of various bushmeat animals in the main market in Malabo. A big male drill was brought in, proof that primates are still being hunted on the island, despite the presidential ban on primate hunting.

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Men work at tables to burn the hide off of various bushmeat animals in the main market in Malabo. A big male drill was brought in, proof that primates are still being hunted on the island, despite the presidential ban on primate hunting.

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Men work at tables to burn the hide off of various bushmeat animals in the main market in Malabo. A big male drill was brought in, proof that primates are still being hunted on the island, despite the presidential ban on primate hunting.

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Men work at tables to burn the hide off of various bushmeat animals in the main market in Malabo. A big male drill was brought in, proof that primates are still being hunted on the island, despite the presidential ban on primate hunting.

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Men work at tables to burn the hide off of various bushmeat animals in the main market in Malabo. A big male drill was brought in, proof that primates are still being hunted on the island, despite the presidential ban on primate hunting.

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A Togo starburst baboon tarantula (Heteroscodra maculata) at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo.

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A Togo starburst baboon tarantula (Heteroscodra maculata) at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo.

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