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Adaptations, habitat, related animals of apes Cody Michael And Justin

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    • The Great Apes By Cody Delcambre, Justin Bailes, and Michael Abel.
    • Classification of Apes
      • Kingdom- Animalia
      • Phylum- Chordata
      • Class- Mammalia
      • Order- Primates
      • Family- Hominidae
      • Genus Gorilla
      • Species- Gorilla-Gorilla
    • Family tree of Apes
      • Monkeys
      • Chimpanzees
      • Gorilla
      • Primates
    • A is for Adult Apes
      • Adult ape is 3 to 4 times stronger than a human.
    • B is for Baby apes
      • Baby apes spend 1/3 of there day walking.
    • C is for Common chimpanzees
      • Common chimpanzees live in trees and on the ground, can display emotion and learn sign language.
    • D is for Diet
      • A great apes diet consist of insects, berries, fruits, and other mammals.
    • E is for Eastern lowland Gorillas
      • Eastern lowland gorillas are the largest apes known to man.
    • F is for female Apes
      • Female apes weigh usually about 250 lb but in captivity they weigh 200 lb more.
    • G is for Gorillas
      • Gorillas beat their chest to show threat or curiosity.
    • H is for Hibernation
      • Great apes don’t hibernate because since they live in the tropics they don’t need to.
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    • J is for jaw
      • The reason why a great apes jaw is so small is because the soft food they eat doesn’t need a lot of chewing.
    • K is for Koko
      • A Great ape name Koko learned sign language from a scientist and he knew exactly at what she was saying (apes can’t talk but there very intelligent.)
    • L is for living
      • Great apes can live 50 years or more especially living in captivity.
    • M is for Monkey
      • Monkeys throw their feces at you and pee on you when angry or upset.
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    • O is for Orangatan
      • Orangatan spend 95% of their lives living in trees.
    • P is for play
      • Great apes think that play is the most important thing because when they play they learn how to make new tools.
    • R is for R.I.P
      • Great Apes die more than humans in a average year.
    • S is for Silverback
      • Silver backs are undisputed boss of each gorilla and is a mature male.
    • T is for tools
      • Great apes create tools such as “the leaf sponge” to make it easier to drink water.
    • U is for Urban legend
      • The Jewish believed that Satan made the great apes to a response to God making humans.
    • Z is for Zoo
      • Zoo often keep Gibbons and Siamangs in display of water because they will not cross it because they dislike water.
    • Resources
      • websites:
      • Google.com
      • Ask.com
      • Gale reference
      • Zoobooks
      • About.com
    • Created by……..
      • illustrator: JUSTIN BAILES
      • Researcher: MICHAEL ABEL
      • TECHNICAL PRODUCER: CODY DELCAMBRE