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The gelada bridge has great viewing of our gelada baboons.

Geladas are mostly grass-eaters, and they are the last surviving species of ancient grazing primates. Geladas spend most of their day sitting down, plucking and munching on grasses and herbs.

 


Animals in Gelada Bridge

Gelada Baboon (Theropithecus gelada)
Mammals

Gelada Baboon (Theropithecus gelada)

Gelada Bridge

Area:
Central Etheopia
Status:
Near Threatened
Quick Fact:

The gelada baboons are the last surviving species of grass-grazing primates, spending ,most of their time on the ground and rarely climbing trees.


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