The animals are also peaceful and are never seen attacking any tourists.
All photos by Eddie Ssejjoba
Amazing wild animals that remain friendly to human beings are found in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Baboons are some of the many that welcome visitors at the main entrance of the park, via Katunguru point. The animals are also peaceful and are never seen attacking any tourists.
Many of them, according to the Uganda Wildlife Authority, leave their territory and move around vehicles with a hope of finding something to eat, while some take to jumping, and grabbing anything from tourists, moving in vehicles.