Jane Goodall by:rabya 5c

WHO IS JANE GOODALL?

Jane Goodall is a primatologist most known for her long-term study of wild chimpanzees in Tanzania. The Gombe steam national park chimp observation, which Jane began in 1960, is the world's longest running continuous wildlife research project.

Goodall had always been passionate about animals and Africa, which brought her to the farm of a friend in the Kenya highlands in 1957 From there, she obtained work as a secretary, and acting on her friend's advice,

Jane Goodall is the world's foremost expert in chimpanzees. Born April 3, 1934, she spent 45 years studying wild chimpanzees in Gombe Stream National Park, Tanzania. In addition to being honored as Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire, she was named a United Nations Messenger of Peace in 2002.

Jane Goodall's life

April 3, 1934. Valerie Jane Morris-Goodall is born in London, England to Mortimer, an engineer and Vanne, an author. Jane loves animals as a child. When she is just over one year old, her father gives her a toy chimpanzee, in honour of a baby chimpanzee born at the London Zoo

As a child, she was given a life like chimpanzee stuffed animal named Jubilee by her father; her fondness for the toy started her early love of animals. Today, the stuffed animal still sits on her dresser in London

Here is some Fun Facts about Jane Goodall

  • Born on the 3rd of April 1934, Jane Goodall is a British primatologist, ethologist and anthropologist
  • Goodall is a strong supporter of animal rights and has been part of many animal rights organizations
  • Goodall established the Jane Goodall Institute in 1977, it supports research while actively running a range of conservation programs to protect chimpanzees and the environment
  • Goodall established the Jane Goodall Institute in 1977, it supports research while actively running a range of conservation programs to protect chimpanzees and the environment

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