Community Baboon Sanctuary

Community Baboon Sanctuary

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25 miles west of Belize City, Bermudian Landing, , Belize

The sanctuary is home to 1,000 black howler monkeys (known here as baboons), a large tree-dwelling species that is endangered in Belize. This is a volunteer conservation program established in 1985 to protect the monkeys, which are among one of the few viable populations of their kind in Central America. There are guided tours, a museum, and even a lodge.

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