[ UK /t‍ʃˌɪmpɐnzˈiː/ ]
[ US /tʃɪmˈpænzi/ ]
  1. intelligent somewhat arboreal ape of equatorial African forests
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How To Use chimpanzee In A Sentence

  • This platform of existence, many millions of years old, continues today with the gorillas and chimpanzees. Times, Sunday Times
  • A vaccine of this kind has been shown to protect against hepatitis B virus infections in chimpanzees and recently also in humans. Physiology or Medicine 1976 - Press Release
  • On Earth at that time, chimpanzees were splitting from gorillas to form a branch of the ape family tree that led to the evolution of humans. Times, Sunday Times
  • As shown by numerous experiments, chimpanzees and gorillas can be taught to use signs. Cultural Anthropology
  • In terms of wildlife, you find elephant, buffalo, hippos, baboons, chimpanzees and over 600 species of birds.
  • His favorite species for this work are chimpanzees, bonobos, and capuchin monkeys.
  • In other words, researchers at a typical site directly observe one killing every seven years. in a response to Sussman and Marshack, published in the same volume as their analysis, that chimpanzee coalitionary killings are "certainly rare. Scientific American
  • The chimpanzee scratches away the thin covering and inserts the twig. Cultural Anthropology
  • The oddball superstar's habits include watching TV with his chimpanzee.
  • Humans can easily identify with the emotional expressions of chimpanzees.
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