Marauding baboons threaten winemakers

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Chacma baboons have been living in South Africa for millennia, but in the last few centuries they’ve come into greater contact with humans as their natural habitat is being turned into prime wine country. They are forced onto vineyards to find food and have developed a palate for the sweetest, most expensive grapes. For more, we’re joined by the BBC’s Jack Izzard.

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