Apes are mammals that first appeared about 85 million years ago, Living in trees in tropical forests. Apes includes gibbons, Orangutans, Gorillas, Chimpanzees and Humans. Apes and humans differ from all of the other primates in that they lack external tails.The apes and humans are members of the same superfamily, the Hominoidea. Subsequently, apes are referred to as Old World anthropoid mammals more specifically a clade of tailless catarrhine. Apes, are the largest living arboreal traditionally forest dwellers, although chimpanzees may range into savanna, and the extinct australopithecines were likely also savanna inhabitants, Humans inhabit almost every terrestrial habitat. Apes and humans do not have external tails, they do have internal remnants of them at the lower end of their vertebral columns. These consist of the sacrum and the coccyx bones.
Uganda chimpanzee sites
Uganda have a total of about 4,950 chimpanzee Apes and conserved. Chimpanzees and other primates such as monkeys can be seen in while on your safari in Uganda more easily than anywhere else in the world. Most of the conservation bodies together with the Uganda government have set a side land to save the remaining Apes mainly the chimpanzees in the National parks, forest Reserves, zoo and Ngamba Island sanctuary. And rules have been set up to govern the chimpanzee trekking activity so that their ecosystem is conserved. Among the conservation areas that have become famous chimpanzee tracking destinations Or Chimpanzee Sites in Uganda, As many people come from all parts of the world to trek and see these great apes and more to that, our relatives. Include:-