Bonobos and people share 98.4% of the same genetic make-up (DNA).
The Bonobo has highly individuated facial features, as humans do, so that one individual can look significantly different from another.
Bonobos live only in one country: the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
In contrast to the competitive, male-dominated culture of their close relative the chimpanzee, bonobo society is peaceful and matriarchal.
Bonobos have a very distinctive coiffure with long black hair parted neatly in the middle and side whiskers.
Young bonobos have black faces while young chimps have white faces.
The Portuguese name for the hummingbird is “beija flor”...that means “kiss the flower.”