What is the habitat of chimpanzee's?
they live in central and western africa =)
To be more specific, they live in rainforest and woodland across a belt from West Africa (Ivory Coast and around there) through to western Tanzania (in East Africa), generally north of the equator (and always north of the Congo River) except in the far eastern portion of their range. While they always live where there are trees and fruit and leaves to eat, in some places they live in drier, more open environments whereas others are much wetter and closed canopy environments. Which they live in determines their social organization and behavior. Then there are bonobos, which live only in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and live in very wet, closed canopy rainforests where the pattern of food availability may make it easier for them to live in bigger groups even at times when their preferred fruits are less abundant.
Chimpanzees-who are closely related to humans-are a well-known great ape. Their native habitat is the rainforests of central Africa. That habitat has been shrinking for decades as people cut down trees, build farms, and cause pollution that harms the forest. A population of millions of chimps has shrunk to less than 300,000.
Chimpanzees possess several adaptations that aid them to live and survive in their natural habitat. They have opposable thumbs and razor sharp teeth which they use to scare others. Chimpanzees also have strong arms and limbs to climb trees and swing on vines that make it easier for them to move from one place to another.