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    The Chimpanzee Conservation In today’s society many species are endangered due to many reason, but most of those reasons are close related or caused by humans. In the primate’s world endangerment is not absent, and for chimpanzees species this is a very sad reality. Chimpanzee rates have been declining for a long time, and as of today chimpanzees are considered an endangered species (Pusey, 2007). The endanger of the chimpanzee has been attributed to many factors, the main ones are diseases,…

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    In the early 1960’s Jane Goodall traveled to the Gombe Stream Reserve in Tanzania to study chimpanzee development and their social interactions. During her early years of study, Goodall discovered much about the social complexity of chimpanzee societies and their hierarchies, along with their development which is, for the most part, very similar to the development of our species. Throughout the book, Jane Goodall describes the many challenges she faced trying to get the protective chimpanzees…

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    will find another husband. This is the sad life of a Chimpanzee. For starters, our endangered relatives are being killed away. Next, we can do something and Chimps need to be preserved. Finally, there will also be many benefits is Chimpanzees can be preserved. Chimpanzees are our closest relative and we need to stop killing them off. First, our endangered relatives are dying. Chimpanzees population have gone down dramatically. The Chimpanzee population is estimated at 299,000-172,700.…

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    though chimps are affectionate, they are still wild animals. Because of this disadvantage, it will be more of a challenge to teach them sign language. Another major disadvantage of teaching a Chimpanzee a new language is that human speech sounds are unsuitable as a medium of communication for the chimpanzee (Gardner). A chimpanzee’s vocal behavior is very different from a human’s. These animals do not make various sounds like humans do. They only make noises when they are excited or in exciting…

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    Introduction Ooh! Ooh! Ah! Ah! That’s the noise of an animal that everybody loves. A Chimpanzee. Their intelligent and playful behavior makes Chimpanzees similar to humans; they also have many interesting facts. Since Chimpanzees are so unique, they have many interesting physical attributes. When it comes to Chimpanzees, they have a huge diet. A Chimpanzee’s habitat is very important, but it is not as important as their diet. To increase their population, Reproduction is an important part of a…

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    Hominid Evolution is the evolution of human lineage. Dating back millions of years with Sahelanthropus tchadensis, it's the oldest found hominid, dated around 7 million years old. This species is known for its cranium and it's very small brain size, and a specific amount of both jaws and teeth. It has many, ape-like features, such as; small brain size, brow ridges and small canine teeth, which are characteristic of hominids. However, this along with the fact that it comes from around the…

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    called the pygmy chimpanzee and less often, the dwarf chimpanzee, is an endangered great ape and one of the two species making up the genus Pan; the other is Pan Troglodytes, or the common chimpanzee. Although the name "chimpanzee" is sometimes used to refer to both species together, it is usually understood as referring to the common chimpanzee, whereas Pan paniscus is usually referred to as the bonobo. Fossils of Pan species were not described until 2005. Existing chimpanzee populations…

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    gives evidence to suggest that this theoretical framework is likely to be reflected in other captive chimpanzee groups. Chapter 3 explains the quality and asymmetrical nature of chimpanzee relationships at the dyadic level. However, it is important to understand how a relationship between two individuals contributes to the dynamics of an entire social group as the frequency and nature of chimpanzee interactions are highly susceptible to temporal change. It is, therefore, important to further…

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    humans. The question in matter is how do these two species differ in behavior and what knowledge can we apply of this to the way they mate and socialize. Chimpanzees have been known for their more aggressive nature and dominance over the female chimpanzee and are usually at the center of male competition.…

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    Primate Observation Essay

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    wanted to focus on a single chimpanzee performing certain behaviors over a group. I found a lone chimpanzee and observed it walking around, playing, and scratching itself. I payed close attention to it’s form of locomotion, knuckle-walking. This chimpanzee would occasionally stand on it’s two feet, however, I noticed that even standing up, its back was slightly curved and it would go down on its…

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