These are known as olive baboons can be viewed in 3 main national parks in Uganda Mount Elgon national park, Mgahinga national park and Rwenzori national park. These primates can be found in almost 25 countries of Africa known to live in large groups of about 150 individuals with few male individuals, many females and babies and they are also omnivorous mainly feeding on invertebrates, plants, birds and small mammals.
The olive Baboons are large in size and fierce and have dog like faces and menacing teeth. These primates are interested in living in open wood land, rain forests, steppes, and Savannah and in large plains of grasslands.
Their name is comes from the coat color which is a shade of the green with the female baboons reaching sexual maturity at the age of 7 or 8 and the male at 10 years old.