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Pan (Mammals)

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    • Anthropithecus
    • Anthropopithecus
    • Bonobo (Genus)
    • Chimpansee (Genus)
    • Chimpanzees (Genus)
    • Chimps
    • Engeco
    • Fsihego
    • Hylanthropus
    • Mimetes
    • Pongo (Pan)
    • Pseudanthropos
    • Satyrus
    • Theranthropus
    • Troglodytes (Mammal genus)
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    • found: Mammal species of the world, via Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History website, Jan. 7, 2014(Genus Pan, Family Hominidae. Synonyms: Anthropithecus Lesson, 1840; Anthropopithecus de Blainville, 1838; Bonobo Tratz and Heck, 1954; Chimpansee Voigt, 1831; Engeco Haeckel, 1866; Fsihego de Pauw, 1905; Hylanthropus Gloger, 1841; Mimetes Anon, 1820; Pongo Haeckel, 1866; Pseudanthropos Reichenbach, 1860; Satyrus Mayer, 1856; Theranthropus Brookes, 1828; Troglodytes É. Geoffroy, 1812)
    • found: ITIS, Jan. 7, 2014(Genus Pan, Family Hominidae. Direct children: Species Pan paniscus - bonobo, pygmy chimpanzee; Species Pan troglodytes - chimpanzee)
    • found: The IUCN red list of threatened species, 2013.2, via WWW, Jan. 7, 2014(Pan paniscus (Bonobo), common names: Bonobo, Pygmy Chimpanzee, Gracile Chimpanzee, Dwarf Chimpanzee; Pan troglodytes (Chimpanzee), common names: Chimpanzee, Robust Chimpanzee, Common Chimpanzee. Family Hominidae)
    • found: Wikipedia, Jan. 7, 2014(under Chimpanzee: Chimpanzees, sometimes colloquially chimp, are two extant hominid species of apes in the genus Pan. The Congo River divides the native habitats of the two species: Common chimpanzee, Pan troglodytes (West and Central Africa) Bonobo, Pan paniscus (forests of the Democratic Republic of the Congo). Chimpanzees are members of the Hominidae family, along with gorillas, humans, and orangutans.)
  • LC Classification

    • QL737.P94
  • Change Notes

    • 1986-02-11: new
    • 2014-03-29: revised
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