Swansea University researchers spy on Cape Town's raiding baboons
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Uni team help spy on Cape Town's raiding baboons

Scientists from Swansea University are part of a team attempting to understand the tactics of "raiding" baboons in South Africa.

The animals have become a daily challenge in Cape Town by entering properties in search of food.

While measures are in place to keep them away from urban areas, some male baboons are still getting in and the team want to know how.

They have developed bespoke collars allowing them to track their movements.

  • 24 Mar
  • From the section Wales