Western Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes verus)

Western Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes verus)

Series of dimensioned drawings of the Western Chimpanzee in front and side views
Description
Description

The Western Chimpanzee, or masked chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes verus) is a medium-sized chimp native to western Africa (as their name suggests). They are identifiable by their bare faces, hands, and feet. Their hands are more evolved than ours, with long fingers that help them climb. Western Chimpanzees are omnivores and love meat. They will even hunt together for birds or other monkeys. They are evolutionarily related to humans and will even sometimes go partially bald with age, or grow grey hair, just like us. Also like us, they use tools. Some even make wooden spears to hunt with, and go swimming to cool down.

Dimensions & Sizes
Dimensions & Sizes

Western Chimpanzees have an upright standing height of 39”-59” (99-150 cm), height on all fours of 23.6”-33.5” (60-85 cm), body length between 27.2”-37.8” (69-96 cm), and an estimated body width of 13”-18.1” (33-46 cm). The typical weight of the Western Chimpanzee is in the range of 88-104 lb (40-47 kg). Western Chimpanzees have lifespans between 15-25 years in the wild and 30-50 years in captivity.

Set of scaled elevation drawings of the Western Chimpanzee viewed in multiple sitting poses
Set of scaled elevation drawings of the Western Chimpanzee viewed in multiple sitting poses
3D Model
3D Model
Common Questions
Common Questions
Western Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes verus)
Details
Details

*Under Development*

Height:
39”-59” | 99-150 cm (Upright)
Width:
13”-18.1” | 33-46 cm
Depth:
Length:
27.2”-37.8” | 69-96 cm
Height (All Fours):
23.6”-33.5” | 60-85 cm
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Weight:
88-104 lb | 40-47 kg
Area:
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Scientific Name:
Pan troglodytes verus
Lifespan:
15-25 years (wild); 30-50 years (captivity)

Drawings include:

Western Chimpanzee side elevation (assorted), front

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Apes, belonging to the superfamily Hominoidea, are primates distinguished by their lack of a tail, more flexible shoulders, and larger brains relative to body size compared to other primates. This group encompasses gibbons, orangutans, gorillas, chimpanzees, bonobos, and humans.

39”-49” | 99-125 cm (Upright)
10.6”-14.2” | 27-36 cm
27.6”-32.7” | 70-83 cm
60-86 lb | 27-39 kg
20-45 years (wild); 50-58 years (captivity)
Bonobo
125.000
36.000
83.000
39.000
58.00
671800
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Bonobo
29.1”-35.4” | 74-90 cm (Upright)
12.2”-14.6” | 31-37 cm
18.9”-23.6” | 48-60 cm (Head to Rear)
22-31 lb | 10-14 kg
25-30 years (wild); 30-43 years (captivity)
Siamang
90.000
37.000
60.000
14.000
43.00
36600
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Siamang
55”-67” | 140-170 cm (Upright)
24”-29.1” | 61-74 cm
37.4”-45.3” | 95-115 cm
154-419 lb | 70-190 kg
35-40 years (wild); 40-50 years (captivity)
Mountain Gorilla
170.000
74.000
115.000
190.000
50.00
27250
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Mountain Gorilla
39.4”-59” | 100-150 cm (Upright)
18.9”-28” | 48-71 cm
31.9”-47.6” | 81-121 cm
110-220 lb | 50-100 kg
35-45 years (wild); 50-60 years (captivity)
Bornean Orangutan
150.000
71.000
121.000
100.000
60.00
16800
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Bornean Orangutan
43.3”-59” | 110-150 cm (Upright)
19.3”-26” | 49-66 cm
31.1”-42.5” | 79-108 cm
110-198 lb | 50-90 kg
30-40 years (wild); 34-58 years (captivity)
Sumatran Orangutan
150.000
66.000
108.000
90.000
58.00
12500
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Sumatran Orangutan
63”-72” | 160-183 cm (Upright)
25.2”-28” | 64-71 cm
37.4”-47.2” | 95-120 cm
220-460 lb | 100-210 kg
30-40 (wild); 40-60 (captivity)
Eastern Lowland Gorilla
183.000
71.000
120.000
210.000
60.00
4350
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Eastern Lowland Gorilla
16.5”-23.2” | 42-59 cm (Upright)
5.9”-8.7” | 15-22 cm
10.6”-14.6” | 27-37 cm (Head to Rear)
9.7-16.8 lb | 4.4-7.6 kg
25-30 years (wild); 35-56 years (captivity)
Lar Gibbon
59.000
22.000
37.000
7.600
56.00
3400
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Lar Gibbon
39”-59” | 99-150 cm (Upright)
13”-18.1” | 33-46 cm
27.2”-37.8” | 69-96 cm
88-104 lb | 40-47 kg
15-25 years (wild); 30-50 years (captivity)
Western Chimpanzee
150.000
46.000
96.000
47.000
50.00
900
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Western Chimpanzee