yes they do look the same as an adult chimpanzee but smaller and cuter and softer and more lovable and hugable!
there are not
who knows? ive never heard of a chimpanzee bench press weightlifting contest but my guess is an adult chimpanzee can probably bench press 200 lbs
As strong as a very strong man, with bigger teeth
They are not expected to become extinct.
If a Chimpanzee is angry enough it is totally probable that it will kill an adult human.
some scienntists say in about 40- 50 years
A larger monkey, such as a chimpanzee is capable of fatally injuring an adult human. They are very strong, and have teeth.
Professionally, a baby chimpanzee is referred to as an infant.Sometimes it may be referred to as a Junior, if it is a young chimpanzee but not a baby.Other than that, there is no specific term for a young chimpanzee, other than "baby chimpanzee" or "young chimpanzee" itself.
The scientific name of the chimpanzee is Pan troglodytesAnswerThere are two species of chimpanzee:Pan paniscus - pygmy chimpanzeePan troglodytes - common chimpanzee
There's no way to "become" an adult. You're at adult, by law at least, when you reach the age of majority of your country.
When you turn 18 you qualify to be an adult
No a chimpanzee is not a invertebrate.
how does a chimpanzee move?
what is the ecosystem of a chimpanzee
The chimpanzee is a primate.
The chimpanzee is not extinct.
Chimpanzee is a consumer
Most of the pet chimpanzees that you see are babies, who are usually docile and affectionate, as are puppies and kittens. The adult chimpanzee are far more independent and demanding, and are often dangerous. You can have a perfectly amenable relationship with an adult chimpanzee as with any other animal but an arm's length distance is advisable. Most keepers of adult chimpanzees have electrified fences as with other large animals: horses, cattle, large cats.
In one year a baby ferret will become an adult.
it usually takes 4 weeks for them to become an adult
At 18 you become an adult.
At about 1 year old it is an adult...
what is the length of a chimpanzee .