She’s four years old. She’s intelligent. She’s got dark brown hair and brown eyes. She’s got a small nose and a big smile. She’s got four fingers and a thumb on her hand.
She lives with her family. She hasn’t got a big family, she’s got two sisters. She likes people and she loves her sisters and her friends. When she’s happy, she jumps up and down and laughs. She loves chocolate and bananas too!
Is it Sally or Paula? Well, it’s both Sally and Paula. Paula’s a little girl, Sally’s a chimpanzee. How are they different? Chimpanzees live in forests in Africa, people live in towns and cities. Why are they similar? Because they’ve got almost the same DNA. DNA is the chemical in our bodies that makes us people, or chimpanzees, or fish, or dogs, etc. Ninety-eight percent of human DNA and chimpanzee DNA is the same. There is only a 2% difference.