Adult male baboons engage in dominance
Four adult male baboons (Papio cyanocephalus) engage in dominance interactions such as teeth-baring and glaring in the Amboseli basin, Kenya.
[These animals are part of the long term Amboseli Baboon Research Project, which has been supported over the years by the U.S. National Science Foundation (grant IOS 1456832).]
Learn more in the Duke University news story A male baboon's dominance gives him babies, but costs him years. (Date image taken: 2009; date originally posted to NSF Multimedia Gallery: July 20, 2021)
Credit: Courtney L. Fitzpatrick, Biology Department, Texas A&M University
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