BS162 HW #1 - Mike Moffat BS 162 2/7/12 COMMON...

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Mike Moffat BS 162 2/7/12 COMMON CHIMPANZEE (PAN Troglodytes) The known chimpanzee population is estimated from170,000 to 300,000 across the range of forests located in the West and Central Africa. This animal is usually located in the grassland biome. The abiotic factors for the chimp are made up of sleeping activities and the fact that they are dinural and have to do all their activity during the day and find a place to sleep at night and relationships with other species because they can either get along with them, attack them, or fear them, they live as a aware species. Biotic factors are made up distribution of multiple things such as their food, water, types of predators and their distribution along the areas where they live with the distribution of their prey such as other monkeys and where they are located at. The species behavior affects its distribution by living in a fission-fusion society. It can either travel in groups of all males, or adult females and their offspring, or consisting of both and males protecting the other group members, and search for food, or one female just taking care of her offspring. This affects its distribution by chances of survival either being very high such as in the all male
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course BS 162 taught by Professor Pamelarasmussen during the Spring '12 term at Michigan State University.

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BS162 HW #1 - Mike Moffat BS 162 2/7/12 COMMON...

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