Tai Chimp

He’s really mastered the art of Tai Chimp! This is the hilarious moment a family of monkeys were captured practising their martial arts in the African savannah. The family of Chacma Baboon’s, also known as the Cape Baboon, were relaxing in South Africa’s Kruger National Park when the pictures were captured set against the dazzling sunset. After a day of avoiding being eaten by other predators in blistering temperatures what better way to unwind than finessing defensive techniques.

He's really mastered the art of Tai Chimp! This is the hilarious moment a family of monkeys were captured practising their martial arts in the African savannah. The family of Chacma Baboon's, also known as the Cape Baboon, were relaxing in South Africa's Kruger National Park when the pictures were captured set against the dazzling sunset. After a day of avoiding being eaten by other predators in blistering temperatures what better way to unwind than finessing defensive techniques.

He's really mastered the art of Tai Chimp! This is the hilarious moment a family of monkeys were captured practising their martial arts in the African savannah. The family of Chacma Baboon's, also known as the Cape Baboon, were relaxing in South Africa's Kruger National Park when the pictures were captured set against the dazzling sunset. After a day of avoiding being eaten by other predators in blistering temperatures what better way to unwind than finessing defensive techniques.

He's really mastered the art of Tai Chimp! This is the hilarious moment a family of monkeys were captured practising their martial arts in the African savannah. The family of Chacma Baboon's, also known as the Cape Baboon, were relaxing in South Africa's Kruger National Park when the pictures were captured set against the dazzling sunset. After a day of avoiding being eaten by other predators in blistering temperatures what better way to unwind than finessing defensive techniques.

He's really mastered the art of Tai Chimp! This is the hilarious moment a family of monkeys were captured practising their martial arts in the African savannah. The family of Chacma Baboon's, also known as the Cape Baboon, were relaxing in South Africa's Kruger National Park when the pictures were captured set against the dazzling sunset. After a day of avoiding being eaten by other predators in blistering temperatures what better way to unwind than finessing defensive techniques.