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It’s time for the leopard to pay the price when the whole monkey family gathers to see it off to its ancestors


An interesting video, filmed in Lower Zambezi National Park, southeast Zambia (East Africa), captures a warning of apricots recklessly climbing a tree to hunt baboons.

In the video, it can be seen that despite its excellent tree-climbing ability, it is clear that leopards cannot defeat the baboons at the “house” where they live.

As soon as the leopard reached the top of the tree, the baboon discovered the predator’s intentions. Being discovered very early made the leopard surprised and became flustered, not knowing whether to attack or retreat.

Seeing through the leopard’s confusion, the baboon dashed menacingly, scaring the leopard, then slipped and fell from a tree branch.

It quickly grabbed the branch with its front legs, and tried to regain its balance. However, the baboons do not allow the leopard to do this, and constantly harass it, distracting it.

The effort of the “homeowner” caused the poor leopard to slip from a tree branch, and then fall to the ground. The camera still captures the scene of it running away as fast as possible into the nearby bushes.

This is definitely a life lesson for leopards when they underestimate the vigilance and ferocity of baboons.

Baboons or baboons are animals of the Order of Primates, which have evolved into five different species, distributed from the African savanna to the Middle East. They are one of the largest monkeys in the world. Males can weigh up to 37 kg and be 100 cm tall without the tail.


Although they can live in a variety of environments such as tropical rainforests and large canopy forests, they are distributed in semi-desert areas, dry savannas or scrub forests.

So most of the day for baboons is eating, sleeping, and moving on the ground. When hungry, baboons can eat anything to fill their stomachs. However, usually they only eat plants and small animals such as birds, frogs… If attacked, baboons can defend themselves with sharp teeth, sharp claws, intelligence and sociability. High.

Due to their rich diet, they can colonize areas with few resources or even harsh conditions. The ability to survive is very high, surpassing many other species.

In the wild, baboons are considered beneficial animals, as they contribute to the improvement of the habitat, mainly from the process of digging water and sowing seeds through waste, thereby encouraging plant growth.



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