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Chimpanzee
Chimpanzee
The Chimpanzee is the closest living ancestor to humans. There are two species of Chimpanzee, also called Chimp, the Common Chimpanzee from West and Central Africa and the Bonobo (Pan paniscus) from the Congo. Both species are of similar appearance but have different diets and social habits. This page concerns the Common Chimpanzee.
Chimpanzee
Chimp
Chimps have black or pink faces, ears and fingers/toes.
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Chimpanzee giving flowers "But I got a bunch of flowers for you specially."
Chimp with bunch of flowers "I'll never understand women."
Chimp face
Chimpanzee
Chimpanzees are said to share more than 98% of their DNA with humans. Adult males stand over 5 feet tall and females over 4 feet.
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Chimpanzee with twig tool
Chimpanzee with twig tool
Chimpanzee with tool
Chimps are highly intelligent and use tools.
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Chimpanzees couple
Chimpanzees Holding feet
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Chimpanzees
Young Chimpanzee
The Common Chimpanzee has a more aggressive, male-dominated society and omnivorous diet. Groups consist of several males and females of all ages, a dominant alpha male and a complex social hierarchy. By contrast, the Bonobo has a relatively non-violent, more egalitarian, matriarchal society and a more vegetarian diet.