Chimpanzees vary in height and weight, as reported by Chimp Haven. While chimpanzees reach an average height of 4 feet, they can grow as tall as 5 feet. Males in captivity weigh as much as 200 pounds.
Chimpanzees in their natural habitat tend to be smaller than those in captivity, notes Chimp Haven. While female chimps in the wild weigh between 70 and 100 pounds, they range between 66 and 176 pounds in captivity. Likewise, wild males weigh between 90 and 130 pounds, and their counterparts in captivity weigh in at 150 to 200 pounds.
Chimpanzees are one of the 4 great apes as reported in New World Encyclopedia. They share the title with humans, gorillas and orangutans. They are, however, the smallest of the group.