Zoo Project Layla A, Adrian E, Zackery M.

Bonobos are great apes; the least understood of them, but they are unfortunately extremely endangered and only live in one country, the Democratic Republic of Congo. Along with chimpanzees, they are humans' closest relatives; in fact, bonobos are more similar to humans than they are to gorillas.

Bonobos are comfortable walking upright

We should save and care for bonobos because they are the closest relatives to man kind, they are useful to their environment, and they are peaceful.

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Galapagos Turtle
  • World's largest tortoises.
  • Nap nearly 16 hours a day.
  • Can grow up to 6 feet.
  • Numbers are increasing.

Bonobos can do the same job, but faster.

How are bonobos useful?

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Created with images by sasint - "chimp brown bonobo chimpanzee pair animals crossbreed"

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