Julia Wood, the manager of Biodiversity, says people in the Peninsula's far south should keep an eye out for baboons.
Wood has listed what people can do to avoid finding a baboon in your house.
Try not to entice baboons inside your house and try not to leave food lying around. We all know people will be outside eating, so clear out immediately and don’t leave waste around. Make sure when you leave your house, you close your doors.— Julia Wood, the manager of Biodiversity
She says if you do find a baboon in your house, leave it.
Leave your house and phone the people who can come chase the baboon out.— Julia Wood, the manager of Biodiversity
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