Limpopo is home to a lot of wild life that attract tourists both local and from abroad. Many people come to Limpopo to enjoy our nature reserves and see the big five animals.
Most of the wild life lives behind the fence and never intact directly with the people in the province. Except for a few animals that are not dangerous of course.
The Department of tourism in the province admitted that there is indeed a primate animal roaming the streets in the city. People have been warned to be on the lockout for the animal.
A baboon is not dangerous but if confronted, it can retaliate. People are warned not to try and catch the primate.
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