It’s not easy to tell at first glance what kind of creature is in the picture. This beautiful female gorilla was found in Kariba, Zimbabwe, Africa.
65-year-old British housewife App Warper saw this poor hairless baby, who had been kicked out of her troop, climbing up a bush. The animal doesn’t have any friends, so she has to find food on her own to stay alive. Apes lose their hair in severe cases of alopecia, like baldness, but the name of her baldness is unknown.
This baby is totally bald all over, so it’s no surprise that it goes through such a loping phase.
She should be out looking for food with her group of friends, but this roog animal seems to have no friends.
A young female bald baboon was spotted in Kariba, Zimbabwe. It’s unclear why she lost her hair.
The 4-foot-tall, hairless female has no children. A British housewife found her living in the wild as part of a typical group of baboons out feeding on the Africa bush.
Baboons are found in the central and southern parts of Africa, where they live in groups of up to 250.
Even though their forest and pond habitat has changed because of maps, they are still protected. However, they have come into conflict with people.
In 2005, it was said that a baboon’s mother at Paignton Zoo ip Devop had taught him to baldness. The hamadryas baboon Reggie’s mother licked and plucked his hair off.
The animal rights group PETA said the mother’s behavior was a sign of stress and asked the zoo to stop having babies.
The big female baboon was seen by App Warper, who is 65 years old, while she and a group of friends were exploring the countryside of their new home, Zimbabwe.
Baboons are found in the central and southern parts of Africa. They live in groups of up to 250.
Phil Koppel, a spokesman for the zoo, said, “I have no reason to think we have a problem here.” Our employees would be the first to notice problems.
He also said that Reggie was “His own troublesome self.”