|My, what big teeth you have!|
Does that live in Ethiopia? (Yes, they are actually endemic to Ethiopia.)
Aren't they dangerous? (No, but maybe the picture doesn't make the best impression. He's just yawning!)
Do they have males and females, like people? (Yes. I don't know why that seems strange, when most familiar animals come in two sexes, but I've been asked more than once.)
Geladas are indisputably Guassa's finest animals, but there are other species present. All the herbivores mostly get along, except for occasionally startling each other. The geladas just ignored these cattle.
The Ethiopian Wolf is the world's rarest canid so I'm really lucky to see them somewhat regularly. They have walked right through camp several times and they can often be heard howling at night. Contrary to what you may have seen on TV, the wolves eat rodents, not geladas. These pictures show a wolf hunting among the geladas, while the monkeys keep right on grazing.
Guassa also has lots of birds. Tawny eagles are one of the most common. There are also lammergyres and blue winged geese, but I don't have any good pics of these yet.