Al Jawf Travel on Jess looked at him with mock reproach. In truth, she felt enormous relief. I came right over. Your boyfriend, he said, almost choking t Geographica GINGER MAUNEY Baboon Troop Adapts to Survive in the Desert The chacma baboon, the largest baboon species, ranges through southern and western Africa, often in the harshest of climates. For a troop of 15 chacmas in the Namib Desert of Namibia (National Geographic, September 1983 and January 1992), that means going without water for up to 26 days. Conrad Brain, a prima-tologist at the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa, has studied the group since 1986. He says the baboons adaptability has enabled them to survive where surface water is available for only part of the year. Al Jawf Travel 2016.
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