What are chimpanzees? are primates slightly smaller compared to a human, they stand 3 to 5 feet, 6 inches and 1 meter to 1.7-meter-tall and approximately weigh 70 to 130 pounds (32 to 60 kilograms)? The largest chimps are about the size of a small adult human. today we find out What are chimpanzees? in our natural habitats.
Chimps have brown or black all over their bodies and hairless faces with short beards that appear in both female and male chimpanzees. Beneath their hairy coats, chimps may develop pale white-ish or brown feet range from pink to dark brown. Male chimpanzee is larger than the female.
Chimpanzee, bonobos, gorillas, and Orangutans belong to a group called great apes Great apes share many characteristics and live in similar habitats. They live in African rain forests, woodland, and grasslands. Great apes also share many things with humans in facts, they share most of DNA. Chimpanzee and bonobos are animals closest to the human they share more than 98.8% of DNA.
There are only one main species of chimpanzee, however, there are 3 subspecies of chimpanzee; central African chimpanzee, the West African chimpanzee, and the East African Chimpanzee. All the 3 subspecies look very similar, although the East African chimps have longer shaggy hair. A west African chimp has a paler face than a central African chimpanzee.
Mainly chimpanzee can be found in African natural habitats, chimpanzee habitats can be found in 21 African countries. They range from the Gambia in the west of Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda in East Africa.
Chimps can survive in three different habitats; woodland, rainforest, and flat open savannah, this is a wider range of habitats than other great apes, which gives chimps a greater chance of survival. Chimps do not spend as much time in the savannah as they do in their other habitats. Chimpanzee spends more time in mixed savannah with a fruity tree-like in Semuliki National Park, Ngamba Island Uganda. In addition to a chimpanzee, they can live in many bird species, smaller primates, and elephants live.
Woodland and rainforest
A chimpanzee can be found in densely forested areas such as woodlands and rain forests. Dry woodland has period of little or no rain. At other time of the year, they are wet and humid. Chimps have adapted to life in changing conditions.
Woodland features many different types of trees and bushes, these supply food to the chimpanzee as well as hiding places for the many types of animals. In eastern Congo, there are dense second largest in the world. mountain gorilla forests, leopards, okapi. Bwindi impenetrable forest national park is tropical rain forest found southwestern of the equator, with a higher chance of Gorilla trekking in Uganda