Up to 40 years
Bonobos only live in a small area to the south of the Congo river
Bonobos mainly feed on fruit, but also consume shoots and leaves. They will also eat invertebrates and small vertebrates
Communities number anywhere from 20 to more than 100 individuals. They are less aggressive than chimpanzees, and avoid other troops. They have a matriarchal society structure.
Bonobos have a gestation period of 225 days. Theyusuallygive birth to one baby.Twins are very rare.
Bonobos are listed as Endangered. They are hunted for meat. There may only be between 10,000-15,000 left due to destruction of their habitat and hunting.
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