Apes (Hominoidea) are a branch of Old World tailless anthropoid catarrhine
primates native to ..... orangutans are solitary, gorillas live in small troops with a
single adult male leader, while ... ...
In the wild, apes live in Africa and Indonesia. Four species of apes exist: gorillas,
chimpanzees, orangutans and bonobos. Chimpanzees, gorillas and bonobos ...
There are hundreds of species of monkeys and only 19 species of apes. Gibbons
and siamangs claim 13 of ... Where do they live? Gibbons are found in India, ...
Apes and humans differ from all of the other primates in that they lack external
tails. ... Gibbons and orangutans live in Southeast Asia, while gorillas,
chimpanzees, and bonobos are exclusively African apes. ... None of the
prosimians do it.
At an age of 35 or more, gorillas show distinct signs of age. Old mountain gorillas
often suffer from arthritis, which mainly damages the bones in their hands and ...
Apes only live in Africa and Asia (monkeys also live in South America). ... All have
the ability to walk bipedally (on two legs), though some do it more than others ...
Did you know that you're an ape? That's right. Humans belong to the ape family.
But, apes, as we think of them, are large, intelligent animals that live in Africa ...
Where do chimpanzees live, and what is chimp habitat like?
Rain forest primates are monkeys, apes, including gorillas, chimpanzees gibbons
... Some chimps live on tropical grasslands (savannas) adjacent to rainforests. ...
Old World monkeys do not have prehensile tails; some do not have tails at all.
Chimpanzees live in social communities of several dozen animals, and can ...
they can also move quite efficiently in the trees, where they do most of their
eating. ... These great apes are endangered and still threatened by bushmeat