Baboons are opportunistic eaters
Baboons are opportunistic eaters that are known to eat fruit, grasses, roots, seeds, birds, and rodents, among other things. The appeal of free food is the attributed reason for their loss of fear and acclimation toward humans. Teenagers are also known for their ability to eat anything that’s not nailed down. Growth spurts and hormone changes leave many teens with a ravenous appetite, and some studies suggest that on average, it costs nearly $150 per week to feed a teen.