Bonobos are one of humankind’s closest living relatives, sharing more than 98% of our DNA. These great apes are complex beings with profound intelligence, emotional expression, and sensitivity. In contrast to the competitive, male-dominated culture of chimpanzees, bonobo society is peaceful, matriarchal, and more egalitarian.

Bonobo, Sadly, these amazing apes are highly endangered, classified by the IUCN Red List as facing possible extinction

Image by Barry Steven Greff - Fine Arts, Photography, Writing from United States

Animal Kingdom Captures - The Barry Steven Greff 'Of the Wild' Collection is Animalistic (GALLERY)

U.S. court grants 'human rights' to chimpanzees.

Why chimps are almost more human than we are

The bonobo is one of the most rare and intelligent animals in the world. The social structure of this magnificent ape is unique and complex: in the largely peaceful bonobo society, the females rule the roost. Photo by Mike Wilson

This is a bonobo, they are very smart apparently. I really like this photo because of the depth of the back ground.

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A baby orphan chimpanzee in the Okapi reserve at Epulu. Its parents were killed by poachers

Just look at the intelligence this gorilla possesses! You can see it in his eyes and expression!

A portrait of of Missy at the Chimpanzee Conservation Centre in Somoria, Guinea

Beautiful photos of orphaned baby chimpanzees at West African sanctuary

Baby Chimp..we are 98.6 exactly the same (DNA)

He looks like he's carrying the weight of the worldon his little shoulders.

Chimpanzee old male drinking from waterhole, Pan troglodytes verus, Fongoli, Senegal

Frans Lanting - Chimpanzee old male drinking from waterhole, Pan troglodytes verus, Fongoli, Senegal

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