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baboon

A rude, annoying, and/or mean person; a jerk. Ugh, that guy is such a baboon—don't even bother talking to him. Can you believe that baboon just spilled his coffee on me and didn’t even apologize?

baboon

n. a jerk; a stupid person. (Also a rude term of address.) Tell that ugly baboon to get out of here.
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Suddenly, a slightly older youngster decided to grab a piece of a stick and challenge all the other baby baboons to play 'catch me if you can'.
Morgan said: "Past research at the zoo found that certain baboons floss using their own hair and bristles from broom heads.
As the baboons ran on the streets, startled motorists took videos, which were later shared on social media.
To explore those dynamics, the researchers collected data on sex and aggression across four years in two large baboon groups.
From baboons to buffalo, scientists are finding examples of democracy across the animal kingdom (see Voting Gone Wild, right).
For 11 baboons, we also collected a paired fecal sample, which we analyzed for evidence of viral shedding.
The present study aimed to establish primary baboon osteoblast cultures as a model for phytoestrogen testing, and to determine the effects of PM extract and its phytoestrogens (i.e., genistein and puerarin) on baboon primary osteoblasts.
Around 10 chacma baboons into the third-floor flat and wreaked havoc after one managed to the window open.
coli infection in a baboon kept in pet shop in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
The study tracked eight olive baboons, ages 4 to 14, in 54 separate trials of guess-which-cup-has-the-most-treats.
Through his gestures, the baboon is communicating with the lawyer, saying "[Keep] your distance because I am the boss in this group," says the biologist, Patrick van Veen.
Who or what was an early modern baboon? The term itself connotes a panoply of potentialities across the late medieval and early modern periods.
As his study draws to a close, his favourite baboon, who he has called Critical, is trying to find a family and fend off male rivals - while Mat attempts to foster a greater understanding of the creatures among the local Afar tribe, who have traditionally regarded them as enemies.
David Ross, General Manager at Knowsley Safari Park, said: "For a baboon, to have a car to play with for a whole day is manna from heaven!"