Totally bald and all alone, it's no wonder that this baboon has such a long face. The four foot tall hairless female was found wandering around the African bush by a British housewife in Zimbabwe. While she should be with her sociable troop of baboons out looking for food, this poor animal appears to have no friends.
The rare 'naked' baboon was spotted by 65-year-old Ann Warner, while she explored the countryside of her adopted home with a group of friends.
Baboons are found throughout central and southern Africa, living in troops of up to 250.
They are not endangered, although as their forest and plains habitat has been developed by humans they have come into conflict with people.
Monkeys and apes sometimes lose their hair in rare cases of alopecia - just like humans, although because this hairless female was spotted in the wild the cause of her baldness is unknown.
However, in 2005 it was reported that a captive baboon's mother had groomed him to baldness at Paignton Zoo in Devon. Reggie, a hamadryas baboon, had his hair licked and plucked off by his mother.
The animal rights campaign group PETA claimed the mother's actions were a sign of stress and called on the zoo to stop breeding baboons.
Zoo spokesman Phil Knowling responded, saying: 'I have no reason to believe we have a problem here. Our staff would be the first to flag up any problems.'
He added that Reggie was 'his usual pesky self'.