C. brachycephalus & C sanderi??

petitegreeneyes

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I know that the C.brachycephalus is known as the rhino horned baboon and his horn comes out of his head like a rhinos does and the sanderii is known as the giant horned and his horn is located in a different location. Comes up out of his head.
 

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Originally posted by petitegreeneyes
I know that the C.brachycephalus is known as the rhino horned baboon and his horn comes out of his head like a rhinos does and the sanderii is known as the giant horned and his horn is located in a different location. Comes up out of his head.
thanks... which one is larger when fully grown? by the way, do you have one?
 

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I use to have the unicorn baboon but it died. The sanderii would get bigger of the two.
 

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all the ceratogyrus genus

is kewl and awesome My favs are the brachycephalus (horn is curved forward) and marshalli (horn is straight up) both which of my females are gravid, the Brachy it will be her 2nd hammock, Btw theraposa this genus makes hammocks instead of eggacs. :D. Hey Becky not to sure about sanderii I thought there isnt no horn but a nub am I wrong???
 

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Re: all the ceratogyrus genus

Originally posted by Haploman
is kewl and awesome My favs are the brachycephalus (horn is curved forward) and marshalli (horn is straight up) both which of my females are gravid, the Brachy it will be her 2nd hammock, Btw theraposa this genus makes hammocks instead of eggacs. :D. Hey Becky not to sure about sanderii I thought there isnt no horn but a nub am I wrong???
cool, thanks... I didn't know about that... but why do they have the horn there anyway?
 

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No Jack, I am sure you are right. I was just trying to answer and help with what I knew about them. You have a whole bunch so I know that you know more about the horned baboons.
* Sorry Theraposa
 

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evolved that way

enigma???? maybe they use them horns as temperature gauges ---jk or lol they but heads with mates lmao they just evolved that way :}
 

Haploman

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Hey Becky

you want any of these slings??? when I get them :?
 

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Jack,

Countin' the 1st instars before eclosion? (counting chickens before they hatch)
This is bad luck ;)
 

Haploman

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no such thing as bad luck or good luck--Obi Wan " phrase from star wars remember lmao" I have the Force on my side :D
 
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