Thesaurus / chimpanzee
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A fish produces several thousand eggs—while the elephant or the chimpanzee have only a few young who live many years.
The chimpanzee by nature is more sociable and is fond of human society.
Whether there are or are not more than one species of Chimpanzee, is a matter which has exercised and perplexed naturalists.
If you called a woman a chimpanzee instead of an angel, wouldn't there be a quarrel about a word?
THE BALL AND THE CROSSG.K. CHESTERTON
The Catarrhini are restricted entirely to the Old World, and include the gorilla, the chimpanzee and orang-utan.
Pan, a name occasionally employed for the genus containing the chimpanzee.
MAN, PAST AND PRESENTAGUSTUS HENRY KEANE
There is another peculiar feature in the walk of the chimpanzee.
I have seen the chimpanzee under like conditions, and the happy, chattering monkey in the freedom of his jungle home.
She never favours me with her views,' said Fox-Moore, with his chimpanzee smile.
THE CONVERTELIZABETH ROBINS
I believe this to be true, because the chimpanzee, although not so strong, is more active and more intelligent than the gorilla.

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