The bonobo has proportionately longer upper limbs and walks upright more often than does the common chimpanzee.
Chimpanzees and bonobos are equally humanity's closest living relatives.Both Pan species are considered to be endangered as human activities have caused severe declines in the populations and ranges of both species.Threats to wild panina populations include poaching, habitat destruction, and the illegal pet trade.paniscus) who live south of it, were once considered to be the same species, but since 1928 they have been recognized as distinct. troglodytes is divided into four subspecies, while P. Based on genome sequencing, these two extant Pan species diverged around one million years ago. Both chimps and bonobos are some of the most social great apes, with social bonds occurring throughout large communities.The most obvious differences are that chimpanzees are somewhat larger, more aggressive and male-dominated, while the bonobos are more gracile, peaceful, and female-dominated. Fruit is the most important component of a chimpanzee's diet; but they will also eat vegetation, bark, honey, insects and even other chimps or monkeys.