It's no secret that chimpanzee's and humans share similar attributes, but did you know that our DNA sequence and coding is so closely related that its speculation that a hybrid is possible?
Enter the Humanzee... although it's not widely discussed, there have been cases of alleged Humanzee's among us. Oliver, a famous chimpanzee, was believed to be a Humanzee, but that theory was disproved by scientists insisting he shared the same number of chromosomes as a common chimpanzee. Oliver, with his human-like face, walked upright, refusing to act as a normal chimp.
But, then there was Zana, the Wild Woman found in the mid 1800's in a province of Russia. She had "ape-like" features including being covered with hair. After she was captured, she was caged for a couple of years until she was "domesticated". She even had children later on.
So, is it possible to breed humans and chimpanzees? This would put a whole new spin on the old Tarzan tale.