The Guinea Baboon is native to an area of West Africa including Guinea, Senegal and part of Mali. It is the smallest baboon.
They live in mixed groups led by dominant males with harems of females within a larger troop.
The male (above) is significantly larger than the female; he has a "cape" or mantle of longer red fur around the upper body and looks as if his trousers are falling, exposing his rump.
The female (above centre, one with young) is much smaller and leaner, also with reddish brown hair; she also has an exposed rump which colours up red when she is ready to mate.
The youngsters (above) resemble the female but are smaller still.
The Guinea Baboon is an omnivore living in savanna woodland and is closely related to the larger Hamadryas Baboon of East Africa.