A gregarious anthropoid ape (Pan troglodytes) of tropical Africa, having long dark tresses and significantly arboreal practices and exhibiting humanlike behavior and a top level of cleverness. It is currently considered at risk of extinction in the open.
outstanding ape of the genus Pan, native to Africa, and thought by biologists becoming the closest extant in accordance with humans.
An african ape (Pan troglodytes, formerly Anthropithecus troglodytes, or Troglodytes niger) which approaches more almost to man, generally in most areas, than any various other ape. It is the many smart of non-human creatures, and when adult, it is from 3 to 4 legs large. A variant called the pygmy chimpanzee, or bonobo, has-been recently recognized as a different species.
A large West African ape, Troglodytes (or Anthropopithecus or Mimetes) niger, belonging to the anthropoid or man-like monkeys, of the family Simiidæ and suborder Anthropoidea, with dark blackish-brown hair, flesh-colored hands and feet, arms reaching to the knee, and very large ears, and like the orang in having the hair on its forearm turned backward, but differing from it in having an additional dorsal vertebra and a thirteenth pair of ribs.
smart somewhat arboreal ape of equatorial African woodlands