Volcanoes are temperamental, dangerous and deadly. Not the ideal place for wildlife. But Mt.Suswa in Kenya is a volcano like no other: it hosts a multitude of life both above and below its surface. Underground tunnels were formed thousands of years ago by rivers of lava whose outer layers cooled and solidified while the core continued to flow. Once the fluid lava evacuated itself completely, massive subterranean tubes were left behind. One of these caverns is the baboon Parliament as the local Masai named it. Remarkably Suswa is the only known place in the world where olive baboons roost in caves.