National Geographic : 1935 Sep
Photograph by W. Robert Moore JUST A LITTLE MONKEY BUSINESS! Ethiopians usually do not take kindly to making pets of monkeys or baboons, plentiful in a wild state, but seldom seen in the villages. Along the summit of the high escarpments hundreds of baboons move in mass migrations. Photograph byWilfred H.Osgood GIANT EUPHORBIAS DOT THE ETHIOPIAN LANDSCAPE When cut or bruised these plants exude amilky juice which thepeople believe causes blindness ifittouches theeyes. They areoften planted close together in circles, as corrals. Inthehighlands some ofthem grow toa height of 30 feet.