Chimpanzees share about 98% of their genes with humans, this similarities are vividly observed from kids to elders, from female chips to males' chips from the way they hadle their families to the way they interacts with other in the ecosystem.
The other most visible mammals in the park are primates. A troop of beachcomber olive baboons, under study since the 1960s, is exceptionally habituated in the same sanctuary, while red-tailed and red colobus monkeys - the latter scarsely found in the park becasue they are regularly hunted by chimps.
The park’s host about 200 odd bird species range from the iconic fish eagle to the jewel-like Peter’s twinspots that hop tamely around the visitors’ centre.
After dusk, a dazzling night sky is complemented by the lanterns of hundreds of small wooden boats, bobbing on the lake like a sprawling city.