The Kinda baboon is a species of baboon present in the miombo woodlands of Angola, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zambia, and possibly western Tanzania. While the Kinda baboon was once considered to be a subspecies of the yellow baboon, it is distinct enough to merit status as full species under the phylogenetic species concept. P. kindae in Kafue National Park, Zambia It is named after the town in southern DRC where the type-locality was found.
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