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About Primates


Chimpanzees are a species of great ape.

Chimpanzees Classification:

Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Primates
Family: Hominidae
Genus: Pan

Conservation Status: Chimpanzees are endangered, the main threats to chimps are the loss of their habitat from agriculture and logging. An estimated 100,000 to 200,000 chimpanzees remain in the wild.

Other Names: Chimps, Common Chimpanzee, Robust Chimpanzee, Western Chimp, Masked Chimpanzee, Central African Chimpanzee, Black-faced Chimpanzee East African Chimpanzee, Long-haired Chimpanzee, Nigeria chimpanzee

Chimpanzee in Foreign Languages

Afrikaans: sjimpansee
Arabic: shimbanzii
Armenian: simpanze
Belarusian: sympanze
Breton: chimpanze
Catalan: ximpanze
Croatian: cimpanza
Czech: simpanz
Danish: chimpanse
Dutch: chimpansee
Estonian: simpans
Finnish: simpanssi
French: chimpanze
Georgian: simpanze
German: Schimpanse
Greek: khimpatzis
Hebrew: shimpanze
Hungarian: csimpanz
Icelandic: simpansi
Italian: scimpanze
Japanese: chinpanji / kuroshojo
Kongo: kimpenzi
Korean: chimpaenjisok
Latin: satyrus
Lithuanian: simpanze
Mandarin: heixingxing
Manx: chimpansee
Mongolian: simpanze
Navajo: magishzhin
Persian: simpanze
Polish: szympans
Portuguese: chimpanze
Romanian: cimpanzeu
Russian: simpanz'
Slovak: simpanz
Slovene: simpanz
Somali: korow
Spanish: chimpance
Swahili: Sokwe
Swedish: schimpans
Thai: ling chim-bpaen-see
Turkish: sempanze
Ukrainian: sympanze
Vietnamese: tinh tinh
Welsh: tsimpansi

Size: Chimpanzees are 3-5 feet tall and they weigh 70-130 lbs.

Habitat: Chimpanzees live in Africa, in the dense rain forests, open woodlands, and grasslands.

Gestation: Chimpanzees carry their young for 7.5 months.

Birth: Chimpanzee babies are 4 lbs at birth. Newborn chimps are helpless and totally reliant on their mother. Chimpanzees will stay with their mother for the first 7-10 years of their life. Female chimpanzees give birth the first time when they are between 12 and 15 years of age.

Sexual Maturity: Males chimpanzees sexually mature at 15 -16 years of age. Female chimpanzees are sexually mature at 13-14 years of age. Chimpanzees give birth every 5-6 years.

Behavior: Chimpanzees will groom each other and they will use tools as weapons against predators (like rocks or sticks).



Conservation Status: Endangered

Diet: Chimpanzees are omnivores,and eat both plants and animals. A chimpanzees diet consists of fruit, leaves, seeds, honey, flowers, buds, bark, stems, insects, and occasionally the meat of small mammals. Chimps will spend 6-8 hours a day looking for food.

Description: A chimpanzee body is covered with long black hair, and their face is bare. Chimpanzees do not have a tail, but do have opposable thumbs and opposable big toes, to helps help them climb and grasp objects.

Communication: Chimpanzees use body language, facial expressions, hand-clapping, grooming, and kissing as methods of communication.

Did You Know?

Chimps and humans share 98 percent of their genes.

Social Structure: Chimpanzees socialize in family groups of 6-10 individual chimps. Occassionally a number of family groups will join together to form a community of more than 100 chimps. Mothers will form extremely strong social bonds with their young.

Life Span: The average life span of a chimpanzee is approximately 45 years.

Unusual: Chimpanzees are highly intelligent and are able to use tools.

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