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

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