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Baboon Face

Baboon Face

This image features a close-up portrait of a young Hamadryas baboon. This species, part of the Old World monkey family, is native to the Horn of Africa and the southwestern Arabian Peninsula. The baboon's face is captured in exquisite detail, showing its expressive eyes, which are deep and inquisitive. The fur around its face is soft and greyish-brown, with lighter shades around the cheeks and muzzle. Its nose is pronounced, and the skin around its eyes and mouth is dark, creating a striking contrast with its lighter fur. The background is blurred, keeping the focus solely on the young baboon's face, highlighting its unique features and conveying a sense of curiosity and intelligence.

Image ID#: 14706 / Category: Animals / Price: 499$
Baboon Face
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