Nature is vast in its beauty as it is diverse in its wildlife! I am passionate about Mother Nature and love to promote conservation through my efforts to connect youth to the outdoors. I developed my roots early on by reading National Geographic magazines and following the stories of my childhood hero, Dr. Jane Goodall. This week I have entered a challenge through Disneynature, which is promoting their new movie Chimpanzee, opening on Earth Day!
Share in my excitement as I post facts about Chimpanzees all week!
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First Fact: Chimpanzee populations live in communities of 15 to 120 individuals. Each community consists of males and females of varying ages that share a territory. Male chimpanzees stay in one community their entire lives. However, females will sometimes leave their mothers and join new communities when they reach adulthood.
See CHIMPANZEE, Save Chimpanzees, by seeing CHIMPANZEE during its opening weekend starting this Friday, April 20 (EARTH DAY!). Disneynature will make a donation to the Jane Goodall Institute to protect wild Chimpanzees!