Unusual "Robbers" in South Africa
October 19, Cape Town, South Africa, a tourist robbed by baboon was still in shock.
Groups of local baboons, in South Africa’s national parks and nature reserves, have become "robbers", snatching food, harassing and scratching tourists, or even "robbing" whose cameras and wallets.
As a protected species in South Africa, fertility of baboons is surprising and the number of it is continually increasing. During the long-term of dealing with human beings, the ability of a robbery has been honed, not openly haunts the downtown area and attractions, they even broke into the Tourist Service Home and touring cars.
South Africa’s experts point out that, as baboons are living in the wild, they are the transmitters of contagious diseases, tourists, especially children, are easily scratched or bitten when they suffer the robbery of baboons.