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Faria jane goodall

  1. 1. Jane GoodallJane Goodall was born on April 3,1934 in London. She is a Britishprimatologist, ethnologists, anthropologist and UN Messenger ofPeace. She has studied at the university of Cambridge, and is very fondof animals especially chimps. She has written many novels and hasstudied chimps worldwide. Jane is the former wife of Derek Brycesonand was the mother of Hugo van lawick who lived from 1964-1974.Jane was also very fond of animals since childhood, she always drewsketches and took notes of native birds and animals. Today she is 79years old and still isn’t tired of her profession.Jane Goodall had many many accomplishments in her career life. Someof which include her winning awards such as the Benjamin FranklinMedal, the Hubbard medal, Nierenberg prize, and last but not leastWilliam Procter prize for scientific Achievement. It has been 38 yearssince Jane has been doing research at Gombe. She has planned on herown to go to the jungle and explore the lives of chimpanzees. Gombe isalong Lake Tanganyika and borders Burundi and Congo.Jane Goodall has contributed to science. This is by her studying andobserving the movement and appearance of many animals, specificallychimps. Her work has gained many people knowledge today aboutchimpanzees that were never known before. She has opened the doorof chimpanzees to people who never knew they were going to have somuch love for them. Her contribution to science has been very inspiringto many young and old observers by giving them a new, special, andimportant, fixation to chimps. By: Faria Qureshi

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