Animals are very special creatures and some play very essential roles in our Country Kenya. As a result, there has been establishement of reserves and parks to help maintain them. Despite this, some wild animals can still be found dispersed every where including forestries from our local areas. Some acts as pests eg squirals, Monkeys, poncupines and many others.
Every animal has got it's definite features that makes it best fit in certain environment. These may also include inhibition of some human like characteristics eg Monkey.
Today, Iet us share about monkey. This is a wild animal that's categorised as an omnivore. It is one of the clevest animals living from the Forests and include various species. photos of baboons' Monkey Young ones.
Baboons exhibits very ambiguous behaviors that are unique unlike other animals.They are human like and include the following;
Can slap/beat people: Monkey is a human in nature. Gets annoyed and sometimes when trapped it is not easy to kill it if you're doing without a bowl. If you near to it at this situation, it will just identify a certain part from you, get and bite seriously then close it's eyes. Not only people but they also apply this mechanisms to dogs.
Can steal Foods from the Kitchens. Since it is a pests , it can't be hestated from his human like abilities of getting into kitchen where food has been kept and steal it. Take care not to leave your food inside unclosed house in places where these animals can be located.
Can escape traps. These animals are omnivores. Mostly in areas where farmers grow maize alongside other crops, they are very disturbing. Farmers try to get rid of them by setting up traps . However, these still don't work because they are very clever. They can detect wire traps set on their paths and therefore do away with them.
Able to hide themselves inside the farms. Since they behave like human beings, are able to organize themselves very well. This is by having some Representatives who can choose to represent others as they invade somebody's Farm/Shamba / field. We have those who Will remain inspecting the specific locality of where a person is as others gets into the field and end up Harvesting more crops from the field.
Can do variety of activities that people do. It is not hard to find a monkey driving just like people. They are very clever and getting a petty monkey one can teach it on how how to partake on these chaos . Monkey can be trained to drive vehicles, playing music, washing utensils among others.
Monkeys walk as groups. Walking as a group is very key. This helps in threatening the predators and even chasing them away. Nevertheless, it draws away fear amongst themselves. This is a feature drawn from human beings and tells us that animals still need one another in order to go far just as in people.
Therefore, Baboons have become so unique in emulating people's behaviors. What do you think about this. Comment and Share to friends.
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