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5 CHIMP-tastic questions to get ready for World Chimpanzee Day!

By studying chimpanzees in the wild, scientists can better understand not just chimpanzee health and their role as a species, but also the health of their ecosystem and other species in their habitat. Which of the following describes the term that scientists apply for chimpanzees because of the special role they play? 
Keystone species
Assumption species
Justification species
Tree species
In 1960, Dr. Jane Goodall was the first person to observe and record chimpanzees using and making tools! Due to this incredible discovery, society was forced to redefine the definition of what is it to be human, as we thought what set us apart was that very trait - our ability to make tools. Dr. Louis Leakey, Jane’s mentor famously said in response to this discovery, “Now we must redefine ‘tool’, redefine ‘man’, or accept chimpanzees as humans.” When Dr. Jane first observed chimpanzees using tools, what were they doing? 
Using sticks to cut their food
Fishing for ants with stalks of grass
Grinding their food with rocks
Using large leaves to build shelters
Because food is not always in abundance communities of chimpanzees most often divide up into small groups of chimps to forage for food. Chimpanzees eat a diverse diet of some surprising foods including leaves, flowers, tubers, bark, fruits, insects, monkeys and algae. However, one of the following foods represents the Chimpanzees most favorite and sought-after snack! Which is it?
Meat - insects and monkeys
Tuber vegetables
Ripe fruits
Algae plants
In the animal kingdom, Chimpanzees are our closest living relatives that share 99% of our DNA. And it's not just our DNA that is similar, chimpanzees share many similar characteristics, traits and features of our own personalities. Dr. Jane Goodall is most well known for discovering that Chimpanzees use tools, but she also was the first scientist to publicly recognize that they also shared similar emotions, family structures and more. Which of the list below is not a common characteristic shared between chimpanzees and humans? (Dr. Goodall and the Jane Goodall Institute do not endorse interacting with or being in close proximity to wild chimpanzees.)
Both chimpanzees and humans laugh when they are tickled
Both chimpanzees and humans will recognize themselves when they look in a mirror
Both chimpanzees and humans are taught to share by their family/community
Both chimpanzees and humans like to hug, hold hands and pat each other on the back
Both chimpanzees and humans like to sleep in beds or nests with raised pillows to support their necks and heads.
Just like with humans, chimpanzee mothers want the best for their children. Researchers who study chimpanzees have noticed that a certain characteristic of the chimpanzee mother results in their offspring becoming more successful in the political hierarchy of the group. Which characteristic is it?
The offspring of AGGRESSIVE chimp moms are normally more successful in the political hierarchy of the group.
The offspring of ATTENTIVE chimp moms are normally more successful in the political hierarchy of the group.
The offspring of PHYSICALLY ACTIVE chimp moms are normally more successful in the political hierarchy of the group.
The offspring of LARGE chimp moms are normally more successful in the political hierarchy of the group.
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