A photograph of a baboon mummy from the Lyon collection.
Number MHNL 90001206, © Département du Rhône, Patrick Ageneau
The DNA of microbes and food trapped in the teeth can reveal information about diet and health.
Baboons make sounds, but how does it relate to human speech?
Researchers say it's time to finally discard a decades-old theory about the origins of human language – and revise the date when human ancestors likely were able to make certain speech noises.
New research suggests that even ecologically flexible baboons could be at significant risk of habitat loss and endangerment from anthropogenic climate change.
Understanding how bullying evolved may help us deal with it in modern society.
A ready source of hearts…one day.
A baboon survived nearly three years with a pigs heart, so does that mean cross-species transplantation is imminent?
The core habitat of the notorious chacma baboon is becoming smaller due to human takeover.
The iconic southern African Chacma baboon is in danger. The species is facing a population decline.
Well if you’d just ASK someone Bernard…
Courtesy of Rob Nelson
When it comes to choosing locations, the leaders of baboon packs take a step back.
No you can’t join. This is the cool table.
Baboons shed light on the irony of social networks: cliques limit information sharing.
Bold baboons are better at learning and sharing new tasks than shy baboons, new research shows. Researchers testing the ability…
Baboons can be shy, just like you.
Arno Meintjes Wildlife
Our individual, varied personalities are among the traits often cited as those that distinguish us from the rest of the animal kingdom. However, as we, like the rest of life on Earth, are products of natural…
Baboons have displayed a natural understanding of basic numbers similar to those of young children. Eight captive olive baboons…
As with humans, for baboons making and keeping friends can lead to a longer and healthier life. In addition, some baboons…