I'm out today on this beautiful Spring day looking for those Chimpanzee's that my mother keeps talking about....but first....Fact #2: Chimpanzee populations live in communities of 15 to 120 individuals. Each community consists of males and females of varying ages that share a territory. Male chimpanzees stay in one community their entire lives. However, females will sometimes leave their mothers and join new communities when they reach adulthood.
Now back to me: I know I can find a Chimpanzee somewhere!
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This is such interesting info about chimpanzees! I think you might be looking a while for a chimpanzee in your neighborhood. ha ha!:) It looks like pretty weather there so enjoy your search. :)
Strange that the females will sometimes leave, rather than the males.
can't believe you found no chimpanzees out there.
Awww lovely Ariel!! Me and Charlie say "keep looking! You never know!"
:-) Yay! take care
Ariel, let us know if you find any chimps there, we bet they could be lots of fun to play with.
Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning
If you do find a chimpanzee, be careful not to stare it in the eyes, okay? They sometimes take that as a threat.
We just watched the Rise of the Planet of Apes over the weekend. It was so highly disturbed but I gotta say it was very well made. My mother sat besides me saying "This is NOT the chimp movie I had in mind" She was thinking it was going to be the Chimpanzees you're talking about!
Maybe you will find one!
Kisses and hugs
If you find any let us know. Mom wants one
Benny & Lily
Hi Ariel, I'm looking for Chimpanzees too! *lol*
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