Chimps BEWARE!

Maddie Yates

5 Interesting Facts About Chimps!

  • Chimpanzees are omnivores, they like eating meat, insects, eggs, and fruit.
  • Chimpanzees are 6 to 7 times stronger than humans.
  • Female Chimpanzees have babies every 3 to 4 years, a bond of a mother and baby is very strong and last over 7 years!
  • In the wild, Chimps live for 40 to 50 years and then when they are in captivity they live about 50 to 60 years.
  • Baby chimpanzees have a white tail tuft that disappears in time.


Natural Resources- something that is found in nature and can be by people on earth.

Nonrenewable Resources- a natural resource that if used up will never come back.

Renewable Resources- a natural resource that can come back over time

Inexhaustible Resources- a natural resource that will not run out

Chimpanzees: We Love These Beautiful Animals From God!

A chimpanzee is much like a human in many ways. A chimpanzee is a very endagered species. The population of chimpanzees dropped tremendously in just a couple of years. These animals are very special to our society and people. Jane Goodall is one of those people who think chimpanzees are so special. She researchs, learns, goes out in the wild and craetes bonds with these gentle, loving animals. She has saved a lot of chimpanzees from death. These animals are a gift from God. These animals habitats are being destroyed, people are entering their habitats and they are getting sick from humans dieses, and they are being hunted and killed for different parts of their body. These animlas are not the only ones suffering from these things. This animal is a nonrenewable source which means once it is gone it is gone. This animal is beautiful from the inside out. Not only do they mean so much to us we learn something new from them everytime we research them. How do we protect these animals? We need more people like Jane Goodall! We also can inform people about the chimps. We could even help by trying to stop deforestation! That is just some ways of helping! Help Save These Beautiful Animals!