The Bonobo is an ape that is found in the Congo.
They are known as the "peaceful apes" because they are very social and have a lot of empathy for others. They are also one of the most intelligent apes, and can learn sign language.
Bonobos have a matriarchal society, where the females are in charge. This makes them unique among apes, and may be why they are so peaceful.
Male bonobos also play a large role in raising young, which is something you don't see often in other primates. All of these things make the Bonobo an interesting and fascinating creature!
The Bonobo's features are very similar to those of the Chimpanzee, except that they are a little bit smaller and have black faces. They weigh between 33 and 66 pounds, and measure about 3.5 feet in height.