Where Do Apes Live?

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Apes live in the dense forests, lowland swamps and marshes of central Africa. All apes are usually vegetarians though chimpanzees, orangutans and eat some animal protein. They also founding living in Asia in countries like Malaysia and Indonesia.
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Monkeys live in South America, Africa, Asia and Europe. Apes only live in Africa and Asia. They need lots of trees if forests to live. They can climb trees and sometimes can swim.
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