Do other animals hunt chimpanzees?
Yes, other animals do eat chimpanzees.
They are primarily hunted by jungle cats who roam the jungle floor at night.
These animals are called predators, and the animals they hunt are called prey. Animals that hunt other animals can be called "carnivores," "omnivores," predators," and maybe "hunters." Animals that hunt other animals for food are called predators; animals that eat meat are carnivores. I think you are looking for the word "predator". Wolfs,bears,sharks,algators
A lot of animals hunt other animals. They are know as carnivores. Herbivores are the vegetarians, who eat plants and berries, etc. Some animals that hunt other animals are lions. Lions hunt any animal with meat that they can kill, such as a zebra. Tigers, and any other big cats do this. Birds hunt for other animals, too. They look for smaller animals, such as mice. Snakes also look for smaller animals like mice, too…
Yes we are bonded to animals because animals Like us have cromozomes. Chromosomes are sort of cells that get woman pregnant (it doesnt mean we can get other animals pregnant) we evolved from chimpanzees so chimpanzees sort of have the same DNA as us so that would be at least 98% of our DNA in chimpanzees!
== == No. Answer: Almost all species of animals eat their own young depending on circumstances. The cost of bearing young is a significant metabolic burden on animals and if the young die or are likely to become prey to other animals the mother will preferentially eat the young to recoup the nutrients. This is an extension of animals eating the placenta or afterbirth. In addition, in some animals, like lions, a new male will…