South African baboons attacked the car of Canadian tourists

One has only to gape - and be robbed. This simple truth in their own skin checked a couple of Canadian tourists who visited the Natural Park of Miller's Point near Cape Town (South Africa). Local baboons foraged such robbery and are not afraid of people. Special service controls the movement of the monkeys, tracking them by GPS-sensor attached to the collars of animals and drives away from the tourists and their property with paintball guns. But this time, they missed another sortie "bandits off the high road."

South African baboons attacked the car of Canadian tourists

 

South African baboons attacked the car of Canadian tourists South African baboons attacked the car of Canadian tourists South African baboons attacked the car of Canadian tourists