If you ask what Bonobo is, Bonobos are great apes from genus Pan.
Bonobos live in Central Zaire and in national parks in the Congo.
Bonobo is the nearest species to humans when we look at point of genetics and evolution. Bonobo share 98.7% of our DNA.
The biggest problem why is Bonobo dieing out is of course human fault. Bonobos are hunted for meat.
People living in this area stating the this meat is their only way how to survive. There are some efforts to substitute meat with cereals.
Probably it is not problem of food but of fault human thinking.
Because human diet is the same as Bonobos and Bonobos have enough food in the forests, the question is – why are humans so lazy and primitive and talking how much they need meat and there is enough plant food in the forests? They forgot who they are?
Why are human searching for intelligent live in the space and pretend that they are so alone, and in the meantime, they are killing intelligent live on our planet?
Bonobos eat mostly fruits and vegetables, but will also eat shoots, leaves, flowers, seeds, barks, pith, herbs, invertebrates, and small vertebrates such as flying squirrels, termites and young forest antelopes. They have been recorded to eat 113 different types of plants per year.
We should learn from them, not kill them.