Chimpanzees are members of what is known as the Hominidae family and are categorized together with humans, gorillas and orangutans. That’s according to the human development theory that says that human and the animal used to look the same and had comparable behaviours.
Chimpanzees notably the Bonobos are found on the Democratic Republic of Congo whereas others are natives of the West and Central Africa. The Bonobos are distinguished from the others through anatomical differences. The Bonobos are light in color and their social and sexual behavior differs from the others. The other type moves in troops led by an alpha male and contains its omnivorous diet. Bonobos tend to have frequent sex so as to solve their conflicts. However the others are sometimes highly competitive.
Chimpanzees are very intelligent and make their own tools that they use to hunt and for social displays. They can be easily tamed and they understand human language and symbols following some bits of training. Their bliss is sadistic and it’s adapted to that of the humans. The adults are usually aggressive and territorial and they’re sometimes known to kill others. They kill lower order primates like the red colobus and bush babies and use their meat as societal tool for interaction in their community. The animals have been kept as pets in some African communities though this is highly discouraged.