New GRASP Logo Marks 15th Anniversary

New GRASP Logo Marks 15th Anniversary

09th Feb 2016 Featured, Home, Press Releases

GRASP is commemorating the 15th anniversary of its work protecting great apes and their habitat in Africa and Asia through a new logo that will be used throughout 2016.

Learn About the Great Apes and their Habitats

Learn About the Great Apes and their Habitats

03rd Feb 2015 Home

There are 4  great apes: gorillas, orangutans, chimpanzees, and bonobos. Gorillas, chimpanzees, and bonobos live in large social groups in Africa. Orangutans are found only on the islands of Borneo and Sumatra and spend much of their time alone. Chimpanzees share more genetic material with humans—about 99%—than they do with gorillas. Human beings are considered the 5th “great ape.”

Great Ape Profiles

 Click on a great ape to learn more: 

Great Apes Distribution Map

 Click here to zoom in, share or download the map 

Great Ape Range States

These are countries where the great apes live in their natural habitats:Learn more here 

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