The Kinda Baboon is a primate species. Some put all of the baboons except the Hamandryas baboon, as subspecies of a so called Savannah baboon – however, the majority of people agree that these are distinct enough to be separate species.
The Kinda baboon Papio kindae is a species of Baboon present in the miombo woodlands of Angola, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zambia, and possibly western Tanzania. It was once considered a subspecies of the Yellow baboon, now considered distinct enough to merit status as full species kindae under the phylogenetic species concept.
They are considered least concern by IUCN, with a stable population at the current time.
Below the news section (this is autogenerated from content on the site, I hope to add stories over time) we will add any links as we gain contacts to help with travel to see this species.