Baboon Matters founder Jenni Trethowan recovers

From ANIMAL PEOPLE, November 2006:
Baboon Matters founder Jenni Trethowan, 45, of Cape Town,
South Africa, has reportedly recovered from poisoning with the
banned pesticide dialdrin, suffered in mid-August 2006 while trying
to aid members of a poisoned baboon troop. Trethowan started Baboon
Matters in 2001, 10 years after she and baboon ethologist Wally
Peterson founded the Kommetjie Environ-mental Awareness Group. In
1998 they won the passage of legislation against poisoning baboons.

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