Why Beloved Baboon Worked For Railway With Man For Nearly a Decade

This is the tale of how an inseparable bond formed between man and beast on the job in South Africa.

Wide and Jack. Wikimedia Commons. Public domain.

During the late 1800s, when the Cape Government Railways opened the first railway line to Port Elizabeth from Cape Town, South Africa, Uitenhage was born. However, what put the local…




The fascinating side of the past

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Nicole Henley

Nicole Henley

Writer of true crime, unsolved mysteries, and marvels of history. Lover of movies, books, cats, and anime.

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