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The olive baboon is a famous monkey of the Old World monkey family. The olive tree is found in various habitats in savannas, forests, deserts, and in some African countries. It feeds on both plants and animals.

 

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olive tree profit classification

• Kingdom: Animal

• Phylum: Chordata

• Class: Mammals

• Order: Primates

Family: Old World Monkeys

Gender: baboons

• Scientific Name: Papio anubis

 

Characteristics of the olive tree

The length of the female olive baboon is about 60 cm and weighs about 15 kg, while the length of the male is about 70 cm and weighs 24 kg, as for the tail, its length ranges from 38 to 58 cm.

 

The shape and appearance of the olive tree

The olive baboon is a fairly large ape with a massive body, long limbs, longer in the front and ending with grasping hands, a long erect tail and drooping at the end, a long, dog-like nose and a rounded skull. The olive baboon has small, round eyes, a strong jaw, sharp teeth, and a large ear hidden in the fur of an adult ape. Males can be identified by their crest, which the female does not have, and by their larger build. The thick fur consists of thick to coarse olive hair with yellowish-brown rings in places. Only his face, back and hands are almost bare, and are dark gray to black.

 

Home and environment of the olive tree

Olive baboons live in several North African countries sub-Saharan Africa, these countries are Benin, Burkina, Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ivory Coast, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guinea, Kenya, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Uganda, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania and Togo . Main in dry tropical savannas, sparse forests, tropical forests, and semi-desert areas.

 

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Diet pattern of olive jackfruit

The olive baboon is an animal that feeds on all kinds of foods depending on the region in which it is located. Thus it feeds on leaves, fruits, herbs, seeds, tubers and bark. On the one hand, it is an omnivorous animal that hunts small mammals such as rabbits, rats, small primates and even small antelopes such as Thomson's gazelle.

 

Olive profit social life

Olive baboons are a social animal that lives in large groups of 15 to 150 individuals consisting of a number of males, females and their young. These groups follow a strict social hierarchy. Dominance is important, as access to food and reproduction depends on the degree. The rank of females is hereditary: females take the maternal rank. On the other hand, males are based on brutality where the highest rank is obtained by intimidating or beating others. Male and female can befriend each other to raise the young together, to help and protect each other and to travel together. In sexual maturity, males are expelled from their group and must find a new group to avoid inbreeding. And the olive treeIt is a diurnal animal that spends its day socializing, feeding and moving. At night, they sleep in groups to protect themselves from predators. In Eritrea, there is a symbiotic relationship between baboons and elephants. Where they take advantage of the water in the holes dug by the elephants in exchange for guarding and warning them of any danger. Olive trees communicate with each other through different sounds  and facial expressions. They utter a series of aggressive grunts or intense emotional cries. Thanks to their facial expressions, they greet each other like smacking lips, sticking out the tongue, flattening the ears or threatening each other like yawning and showing  their front teeth.

 

predators of olive grouse

The main predators of adult olive baboons are the spotted hyena, lion, leopard, leopard, wild dog, black-backed jackal, Nile crocodile, and eagle. And young olive baboons can be the prey of the snake.

 

Longevity of olive tree

The average life expectancy in the wild for olive grouse is 15 to 20 years. In captivity, it may live up to 40 years.

 

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Reproduction of olive oil

The olive baboon is considered one of the animals and does not have a mating season. It can reproduce all year round. Pregnancy lasts for six months and the female gives birth to one young and rarely gives birth to two young and males reach sexual maturity when they are 7 to 10 years old, while females reach sexual maturity when they are 7 to 8 years old.


Information about young olive grouse

At birth, the olive hyacinth monkey has a dark, almost black coat, which becomes lighter as it grows. Young olive baboons become completely independent at 8 months of age. Before that, he is protected by the group and the baby clings to its mother for the first few weeks.


 

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