Baboons in GURPS

Papio sp., Theropithecus gelada, Mandrillus sp.

Baboons are large monkeys with long, dog-like muzzles that mount large and sharp canine teeth. They have close-set eyes, short tails, calloused buttocks for sitting, and thick hair on the body and limbs. Males are typically larger than females and have longer fangs.

Baboons are adaptable ground dwelling animals found in grasslands, savannas, woodland, and hills. They are omnivorous, with the bulk fo their diet coming from plants but regularly supplemented by insects, shellfish, or small animals.

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