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Lola Trixiebelle Phoenix the Destroyer
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She has a lot of names because she just rips right through them, and my wireless antennae.


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The Common Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes), also known as the Robust Chimpanzee, is a great ape. The name troglodytes, Greek for 'cave-dweller', was coined by Johann Friedrich Blumenbach in his Handbuch der Naturgeschichte (Handbook of Natural History) published in 1779. Colloquially, it is often called the chimpanzee (or simply 'chimp'), though technically this term refers to both species in the genus Pan: the Common Chimpanzee and the closely-related Bonobo, or Pygmy Chimpanzee.

Common Chimpanzees are found in the tropical forests and wet savannas of Western and Central Africa. They once inhabited most of this region, but their habitat has been dramatically reduced in recent years.

Human and Common Chimpanzee DNA is very similar. The DNA sequence differences between humans and chimpanzees is about thirty-five million single-nucleotide changes, five million insertion/deletion events, and various chromosomal rearrangements. Typical human and chimp protein homologs differ in only an average of two amino acids. About 30% of all human proteins are identical in sequence to the corresponding chimp protein. Duplications of small parts of chromosomes have been the major source of differences between human and chimp genetic material; about 2.7% of the corresponding modern genomes represent differences, produced by gene duplications or deletions, during the approximately four to six million years since humans and chimps diverged from their common evolutionary ancestor.

More info: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_Chimpanzee

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El chimpancé común (Pan troglodytes) es una especie perteneciente a los grandes simios. Los chimpancés son los parientes más cercanos al ser humano; su rama evolutiva se separó de la rama de los humanos hace aproximadamente 7 millones de años y comparten el 96% del ADN con ellos, lo que ha llevado a Jared Diamond a utilizar el término "el tercer chimpancé" para referirse a nuestra propia especie.

Podemos encontrar chimpancés en las selvas tropicales y sabanas húmedas de África central y occidental. Solían habitar la mayor parte de esta región, pero su hábitat ha sido drásticamente reducido en los últimos años.

Los chimpancés adultos pueden medir hasta 130 cm (hembras) y 160 cm (machos), y los adultos pesan entre 40 y 70 kg, aunque poseen una fuerza muy superior a la humana. Sus cuerpos están cubiertos por un pelaje grueso de color marrón oscuro, con excepción del rostro, dedos, palmas de la mano y plantas del pie. Tanto sus pulgares como el dedo grande del pie son oponibles, permitiendo un agarre preciso. La gestación del chimpancé dura ocho meses. Las crías son destetadas aproximadamente a la edad de tres años, pero generalmente mantienen una relación cercana con su madre por varios años más. La pubertad es alcanzada a la edad de ocho a diez años y su esperanza de vida es de 50 años en cautiverio.

Más info: es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pan_troglodytes


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I have a new foster kitten - her name is Periwinkle, or Wink for short. She's a fabulous little girl, very playful, loves to cuddle, quite an impressive purr. And, NO, I'm not keeping her. She's available for adoption through Independent Animal Rescue in Durham, NC.

 
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