Description Baboons are Old World monkeys found natively in very specific areas of Africa (Zambia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, and northern South Africa) and the Arabian Peninsula. Baboons can determine from vocal exchanges what the dominance relations are between individuals. When a confrontation occurs between different families or where a lower-ranking baboon takes the offensive, baboons show more interest in this exchange than those between members of the same family or when a higher-ranking baboon takes the offensive. This is because confrontations between different families or rank challenges can have a wider impact on the whole troop than an internal conflict in a family or a baboon reinforcing its dominance. Many nations have established their tourism sector around their natural wildlife. This wild monkeys were captured in National Park of Chobe, Botswana.