These sites are about chimpanzees and their behavior, communication skills, habitat, diet, endangered status, and more. Learn how some chimpanzees in captivity can communicate through sign language and how others in the wild have learned to use tools. There are many video and audio files, plus online games.
This site provides facts, short videos, and photographs about chimpanzees.
Kids' Planet: Chimpanzee
This fact sheet includes chimpanzees' status, size, life span, food, habitat, etc.
Jane Goodall Institute
Researcher Jane Goodall studied chimpanzees for many years. This site includes information about these animals, but the reading level is for older students.
The site has a brief description and an illustration of this animal.
PBS: Video Clips
Watch three video clips featuring chimpanzees. Requires RealPlayer.
National Geographic: Coloring Book
Click on the coloring page to access a larger view.
National Geographic: Congo Trek
Listen to an audio file of chimpanzees in the wild and learn about an explorer's journey into the Congo.
Sea World/Busch Gardens: Animal Bytes
Read some basic facts about chimpanzees.
This fact sheet has basic facts about chimpanzees, includes photographs, audio, and video files.
Enchanted Learning: All About Chimps
This site for kids introduces chimpanzees' anatomy, size, diet, behavior, and more. Includes a map showing where they are located. Don't miss the links at the top to a labeled coloring page. NOTE: This site contains Google ads.