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Papio

see baboon.
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The primates examined represent a cross-section of species found at the Swartkrans site and include Theropithecus danieli, Dinopithecus ingens and Papio robinsoni.
The fossils were compared to extant Papio ursinus, a savanna dwelling animal.
Papio -- Latin for baboon -- pays homage to its namesake by donating money to the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) in support of the conservation of primates and their natural habitats.
Williams notes that Papio chose African Wildlife Foundation as a partner because of its commitment to protecting and enhancing the continued existence of some of our most rare and treasured primate species.
By purchasing Papio wines, people will be actively supporting AWF.
But, with Papio Wines, there is no reason to go bananas in the wine aisle.
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Divergent simian T-cell lymphotropic virus type 3 (STLV-3) in wild-caught Papio hamadryas papio from Senegal: widespread distribution of STLV-3 in Africa.
nictitans; Cto, Cerococebus torquatus; Ppa, Papio papio; Ph, Papio hamadryas; Tge, Theropithecus gelada.
The most promising of these antigens is herpesvirus papio 2, an alphaherpesvirus of baboons that is as closely related to B virus as HSV-1 and HSV-2 are to each other (32,33).
Type host: Papio anubis Lesson, 1827, olive baboon.
papionis Host Papio anubis Lesson, 1827, olive baboon Oocysts Spherical, 8 - 10 [micro]m (mean 8.