What is a bonobo known for?
What is a bonobos behavior?
How can bonobo best be described?
Why are bonobos so special?
These animals live in groups led by females and are more peaceful than the chimpanzee. In bonobo society, sexual relations play an important role in maintaining that peace—to build and maintain relationships and to resolve conflicts.
Are bonobos intelligent?
Why are bonobos so peaceful?
Why do bonobos mate so much?
Why are bonobos less aggressive?
How many bonobos are left?
What are baby bonobos called?
Bonobos are highly social and the arrival of an infant is an important event for the group. The male baby, named Budir, will be carried by his mother Kuni for several months. In zoos and in the wild, Bonobos remain with their mothers for about five years.
What do bonobo monkeys eat?
While fruit is their favorite food, they also eat leaves, flowers, seeds, bark, fungus, and honey. More than 113 types of plants make up their diet.