-Size: 7"L x 5"W x 6"H
-Species: Pan troglodytes
-Notes: Smaller than the male on average, the female stands at about 3 1/2 feet and weighs 60 to 110 pounds. Female chimps do not become pregnant until they are 10-12 years old and give birth to one offspring about every 5 years. Chimps have long arms, opposable thumbs and opposable big toes. Omnivores, they feed primarily on fruit, berries, leaves and buds, although they may occasionally prey on baboons or monkeys. They produce a wide variety of communicative sounds and gestures and have a complex social structure. They spend time on both land and in trees, but do most of their sleeping in trees. 2-part skull (separate cranium & jaw).
-Size: 9&½"L x 4&¼"W -Species: Pan paniscus -Notes: Primate feet are characterized by four toes and a large first toe (also known as a hallux). In most primates the first toe is pseudoopposable, where the foot is capable of grasping, though not in the same dexterous way as primate hands. When walking...
-Size: 8"L x 4&¼"W -Species: Pan paniscus -Notes: Primate hands are characterized by four long curved fingers and a thumb (also known as a pollex). In Old World monkeys, apes and humans, the thumb is opposable, meaning that it moves independently from the rest of the digits. The opposability of the thumb...
-Size: 7"L x 4"W x 5”H -Species: Pan paniscus -Notes: The bonobo is native to the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Sometimes called the pygmy chimp, its status as a species distinct from the common chimpanzee, P. troglodytes, was recognized by Coolidge in 1933. Bonobos are known for their sexual behavior;...