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a tour through this endangered animal's life

alicia kwon

on 15 December 2012

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Transcript of Bonobos

The Bonobo a little tour Physical Characteristics black fur that may turn grey when aged long hair;long legs black face and ears, with pink lips the males are about 78cm tall the females are about 73 cm tall is a vertebrate Habitat They live in swamp forests,primary forests,and secondary forests. The only living bonobos are all found in The democratic rep. of Congo Diet Bonobos eat fruit,plants,fungi,eggs,invertebra-es,and small mammals, although they rarely hunt for meat!!! They also love sugar cane. Reproduction and Movement Females and males never see each other again after reproduction. They are active from dawn to dusk. They sleep in trees about 20m from the ground. Bonobo groups -called parties-travel on ground Females take the leadership roles Bonobo range:the red part The Democratic Republic of Congo ,in Africa Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chorolata Class: Mammalia Species: Pan. Paniscus Scientific Name: Pygmy Chimpanzee http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0tAQcpLILQ Go to the following link: ...to wacth a video of BONOBOS!!! Help the Bonobos now!!! The Bonobo Conservation Initiative proudly dedicates their time to Bonobos. You can also donate through Helping.org ********** Why are Bonobos endangered? Bonobos are endangered because they were hunted greatly for their fur and meat. Many were also killed in the Civil war. Some baby bonobos were cruelly sold as pets. We want to save our Bonobos because they are men's Closest living animal.Do we want them to die??? NO! Save the Bonobos now!!! :) :( I Bonobos!!! luv < 3 There are only about 5,000 Bonobos left in the world ***************************************************************************** ******************************************************************************** Scientific Classification
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