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Topic - Shirley Strum Kenny
The soldiers who staged a mutiny over the weekend near Madagascar's main airport were paid to take up the revolt, the head of security for the island's capital said Wednesday.
Ms. Strum said after visiting the Cape peninsula that she believes it already may be too late for fencing or other control measures to succeed.
Ms. Strum, who also is a professor at the University of California San Diego, said the baboons are raiding homes and restaurants, using their typical "ingenuity and adaptability."