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    • Chimpanzee’s
      Sean Lafferty
      Biology 2°
    • Key Facts
      Size: Males 5 ½ ft. Females: 4 ¼ ft
      Weight: 100-175lbs
      Breeding: Sexually Mature 8-10 years
      # of Young: 1-2
      Life Span: 40-50 years
      Only endangered in a few locations; including several parts of Africa
      Only animals apart from humans that recognize themselves in the mirror
    • Habitat
      Sociable, live in small troops of 25-80
      Live in Africa, New Guinea to western Uganda & Tanzania in forests & savannah country
      Each troop has a dominant male
      Habitats vary from 7-8² miles in forests and 40-75² miles in open country
      They sleep in tree’s above ground for their protection from prey or predators
    • Facial Expressions
    • Food Source
      Diet: Mainly fruit, leaves, buds, blossoms, bark, resin, honey, termites and ants.
      They eat 2 times a day, early in the morning and late in the afternoon
      Most of their water is taken in by fruit
      They do eat meat as well
    • Habitat Map
    • Human Interaction
      Chimp’s survival is more threatened by man than anything else.
      Chimps have different facial expressions that show their emotions and feelings.
      Common chimpanzees have been known to attack humans on occasionbut that is mostly when they are being threatened.
    • Works Cited
      King, James. Wild Life Fact File. Pittsburg, Pa: International Masters, 1997. Print.
      "Beauty Of The Nature, Baby Chimps And Baby Tigers Together | MillionFace." Web. 03 May 2011. <http://www.millionface.com/l/beauty-of-the-nature-baby-chimps-and-baby-tigers-together/>
      Donnelly, Michael. "Chimp Facial Expressions." Wildlife Art Company. Wildlifeartcompany.com, 2011. Web. 2 May 2011. >
      <http://www.wildlifeartcompany.com/art/detail.php?image=WAC-MD-00004&artist=Michael%20Donnelly