They live in communities of several individuals, though females (and more rarely, males) will sometimes travel alone or only with their nursing offspring. To protect themselves from predators, they live most of their lives in the trees and build nests each night to sleep in the trees. They will leave when faced with predators like humans. To protect themselves from other chimps, they are territorial and males usually travel together, especially near their territory boundary. Sometimes male chimps will raid a neighboring groups' territory, trying to find and sneak up on a lone male or a female with an infant. If they do, they will kill the neighboring male (it's very gruesome and slow---some chimps will hold down the other chimp and one or two chimps will rip off the victim's scrotum and bite chunks out of their limbs and face and jump up and down on the victim until it is mortally wounded. Frequently this takes many minutes or even an hour or two). If it is a female and infant, they'll kill the infant.
Chimps have large canines and are very strong, which helps them in a fight.
Howler monkeys defend themselves with force and numbers. Even female howler monkeys defend the group in the case of an intrusion.
they run and hide
Monkeys defend them selves with there: Teeth by biting you or a predator! Also, some monkey have quite long nails (claws) which can scratch you...so be aware...
They can't. That's why you don't put them in a tank with fish!
squirrels defend them selfs by climbing trees just like monkeys to stay away from dogs, cats, etc.
yo mama monkeys
how do crocoiles defend themselves
How do Lemurs defend themselves and what do they do?
Porcupines defend themselves with their quills.
Amphibians defend themselves, by poison.
Dolphins defend themselves with their nose.
seals hide from predtors to defend themselves
they defend themselves by their claws and there poisionist stinger
They defend themselves by releasing disgusting slime when attacked.
They defend themselves by changing their color to match their surroundings.
Cougars can defend themselves by fighting, running, and hiding.
They defend themselves with their speed and sharp teeth.
They defend themselves through floating on the side of the water
They defend themselves by using their tusks and "swords" and stabbing enemies with them
Sloths defend themselves with their claws.The more the claws the better.
mosquitoes really can't defend themselves but, they are quite sneaky.
they used what they hunted with to defend themselves. (bow and arrows to guns)
To defend themselves, Bulls will charge at their attacker with there big horns.
zebras defend themselves by forming a semicircle to confuse the predator