Monkeying around! Seeing evasive baboon in Johannesburg jump from building to building in images of drones
- The images of Drone show that the baboon runs from building to building in Johannesburg
- The baboon has harassed the locals by flying through the air and making noise
- Chacma baboons are found in countries such as South Africa, Angola and Zambia
The quiet, quiet suburb of Northcliff, Johannesburg, has abandoned an intruder for more than a month.
An energetic four year old male baboon who has avoided catching by moving over buildings.
The images of Drone show a baboon running from building to building in the suburb of Northcliff in Johannesburg
Flying through the air like a hot air baboon, the primate has avoided catching at every turn.
Clive Maher, 38, and his team at Suburban Control Center went to heaven with a drone to take pictures of the raging animal.
The wild baboon can be seen separately and quickly makes its way through the roofs of the residential area.
The incredible images also show how the baboon runs through people's backyards.
Clive Maher, 38, and his team at Suburban Control Center went to heaven with a drone to capture the raging animal
Clive said: & # 39; We don't know for sure where the baboon came from, but we believe it might have come from the wild in an area called the birthplace of humanity in Muldersdrift. & # 39;
Although the baboon has not harmed or injured anyone in the area, most residents want the intruder to stop monkeying.
The baboon did no damage, but it was a nuisance for residents of the suburb
Chacma baboons are native to South African countries such as South Africa, Angola, and Zambia.
It is considered to be one of the longest species of monkeys, with males growing up to 120 centimeters long.
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