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Explore the incredible life and work of Jane Goodall, a renowned primatologist and environmental activist. Learn about her groundbreaking research and how she continues to inspire future generations to protect and preserve our natural world.
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Jane Goodall, British ethologist known for her exceptionally detailed and long-term research on the chimpanzees of Tanzania’s Gombe Stream National Park. In 1977 she cofounded the Jane Goodall Institute. Goodall authored numerous books. She was created Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE) in 2003.

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As a girl in England, Jane Goodall dreamed of traveling to Africa to study animals in the wild. In the summer of 1960, her dream brought her to the shores of Lake Tanganyika, to observe the wild chimpanzees at Gombe Stream. Other scientists did not believe that a 26-year-old woman could survive alone in the bush, but Jane Goodall did more than survive. Her work revolutionized the field of primatology. Over the years, she found chimpanzees engaging in activities that were once thought…

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Jane Goodall is a world-renowned primatologist, conservationist, and animal rights activist who devoted her life to studying chimpanzees in their natural habitat. During the 45 years, she spent in Africa in the Gombe Stream National Park, Tanzania she observed primates closely and made many important discoveries regarding their behaviour. Nobody…

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