Common name - Namibia horned baboon
Type - Old World Fossorial
Description - Found in southern Africa, this species has a distinct ‘horn’ that can be found on the carapace. They use burrows and web to create hides and can be defensive when disturbed. Larger and stocker than others in the genus, as adults they create intricate web 'castles' around the ir enclosures. C. sanderi are also less commonly seen than its cousins C. darlingi and C. marshalli.
Suitability - For Intermediate keepers
Photo Credit - bosings-crawlers