Cape Town tackles 'uninvited' baboons

South African officials locked in a battle to ensure the baboons of Cape Town go back to their natural habitat.

    Trying to get rid of neighbours who are being a nuisance is often difficult; especially if they are a family of baboons.

    Cape Town city officials have often been locked in a battle of wills with baboons who are becoming more a nuisance.

    Al Jazeera's Tania Paige reports from Cape Town on the novel ways to evict these uninvited guests.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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