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Monkey business: Baboons raid tourists' car

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Tourists Alexandre Casias, center back, and Emilie Vachon, not in photo, from Montreal in Canada, have their car raided by Baboons, at Millers Point on the outskirts of Cape Town, South Africa, Oct 24.

Two baboons raided a car belonging to two Canadian tourists at Millers Point on the outskirts of Cape Town, South Africa, on Wednesday, according to The Associated Press. Monitors with paintball guns track baboon troops to keep them from getting into trouble, but that does not always keep them from mischief.

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Baboons raid a car belonging to tourists Alexandre Casias, partially seen in background, and Emilie Vachon, right, from Montreal in Canada at Millers Point on the outskirts of Cape Town, South Africa, Oct. 24.

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A close up of a baboon with a tracking collar at Millers Point on the outskirts of Cape Town, South Africa, Oct 24. Baboon monitors armed with Paintball Guns attempt to prevent baboons raiding cars, houses, dust bin's. The baboon monitors spend their days following baboon troops across the cape peninsula to ensure they do not misbehave.

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