Mandrill Male And Female Mating

Mandrill Male And Female Mating

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Caption: Adult male and female Mandrill mating (Papio sphinx, Mandrillus sphinx). Breeding males have more intense coloration on the face and rump. Females are less colourful. 'Mandrill' means 'man-like animal'. It is also known as 'The Devil of the Fang', so named by the local Fang people. Endangered species. Range: Central West Africa. Jacksonville Zoo, Florida, USA.

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