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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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Even the great bulldog, belonging to a sporting passenger, seemed to yield to its gentle influences, and forgetting his yearning to come to close quarters with the baboon in a cage on the foc'sle, snored happily at the door of the cabin, dreaming no doubt that he had finished him, and happy in his dream.
The newborns are just a few weeks old, and currently clinging to mum, but it won't be long till they are up to mischief as they start to find their feet in the baboon habitat.
But even though the results of the baboon study don't directly apply to humans, the closeness between the two at least encourages a closer look at the stress levels of alpha male humans.
When I took the baboon there, I was hoping that the vet would agree it was neglected and decide to humanely put it to sleep - but this was not the case.
VISITORS to a wildlife park in Chester-le-Street were left disappointed after bosses banned people from driving through the baboon enclosure.
Smuts argues that the baboon greeting behavior is similar to what the capuchins do.
When he went outside to investigate, he spotted the baboon, which had escaped from nearby Knowsley Safari Park, sitting on top of his chicken coop.
They aim for the baboon equivalent of the designer goods sales to get the items that would be snaffled up by rivals if they didn't get there first.
Had anyone tried to catch the baboon? Could he not have been tranquillised and moved to another park or zoo?
The baboon was rescued in Maralal, in the northern part of Kenya while the galagos was rescued in Nyeri, located in central Kenya.
"They were enjoying the baboon enclosure - until two started getting sexy.
For calibration, she filmed a field assistant rushing with a meter stick to the spot where the baboon had been.
Scientists have got to the bottom of what turns on man's animal cousin the baboon.
A moving police cordon was set up and the police helicopter was sent out as officers and park staff chased the baboon to an industrial unit where it was shot by the park's gamekeeper.
"They don't ever let people in the baboon cage, so they probably wanted to kill me," he says.