Chimpanzee

Nevaeh Cruz Period 1 May 16, 2016

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Habitat

The Chimpanzee are founded in many unique places but the species need help because they are endangered. Where their usually found is in Africa, U.S Labs, Tropical Jungle, and Sanctuary's. The reason why Chimpanzees are held in U.S Labs are to be tested and experimented on. Sanctuary are to keep the Chimpanzees safe and try to stop them from being endangered. One second they were over 1 million of chimpanzees then the other we are now down to about 300,000 chimpanzees. ( Sirs Discover )
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Movement

Chimpanzees move in groups called a community.(World Book) Chimpanzee do love to moves they are mostly always in trees swinging around. But just like us they do sleep at night but they do have those days when they party a little at night. In the day time when some are awake they like to get into small groups or go individually to find some food. But when they travel they like to get smart and find sticks or branches to get stuff more easier.( SIRS Discover)

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Body Covering

The Chimpanzee's are covered with hair all around them. The color of their hair is mostly founded to be black but some could also be found with black and some type of brown. Although most of their body is covered with hair their feet, face, ears, hands are not covered with fur at all. You can find their skin color black, though it may be pink or brown in younger animals. The ears are prominent and the lips protrude.But all of the Chimpanzee's have rounded heads.( Sirs Discover )
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Diet




Chimpanzee's are omnivore and like to eat fruits, leaves, insects, bird eggs, monkeys, and nuts.( World Book ) But in order to get all of these foods their going to need some tools. So since the Chimpanzees are so smart they already know what to use branches, sticks, and bamboo to get their own food. The diet consists of approximately 60 percent fruits, 30 percent other vegetation, and 10 percent animal matter, which includes insects and occasionally mammals such as monkeys, pigs, and antelope. Although chimpanzees hunt some small prey individually, groups sometimes cooperate to hunt larger, more difficult prey, such as baboons or bush pigs. ( Sirs Discover ) But they are starving from all of that hunting and waiting so of course like many other animals they are going at war to get as much meat as possible.

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Reproduction

For this animal the Chimpanzee's the female gives birth. But just like humans the twins are very rare. They are mostly always single though. Chimps and Humans are very similar to each other in reproduction in many ways. It takes about 230 days for them to give birth. Females give birth at a young age its 13 or 14 years old. Not only that but both males and females reach puberty at 7 Years Old. They are capable of birth till 40 years old. Reproduction is non seasonal so the Chimps can give birth at any time! (Sirs Discover)
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Adaptions

Chimpanzees can adapt to many things like its habitat which is the forest, family's, food, hunts. Some examples of their food is ants and termites.These are just a few things that Chimpanzee's that we have found the Chimpanzee's to adapt to they are many many more adaptions to there somewhere but we haven't found it. Chimpanzees don't only adapt to that but they have to adapt to there new locations, parents, life just like we as humans have to do they have to do the same.
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Fun Facts

  • Chimps carry ebola
  • Chimps highest age is 60
  • 21 African countries found
  • Chimps are endangered
  • Movie Chimpanzee
  • Donate to help Chimps
  • Many Chimps taking from moms
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