I am a third year Human Sciences student, using data collected in Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique, to write my undergraduate dissertation. My research investigated the bipedal activities of chacma baboons in both woodland and human encampment environments. I recorded the apparent function of each bipedal bout, along with extent of uprightness, duration of bipedal bout, and details of assistance. I also aimed to record the sex and age classes of all bipedal individuals. I intend to use this data to understand the function of bipedal posture and locomotion in this species, and to thus inform models of hominin bipedalism.