• She was born the 3rd of April 1934.
• She's from London.
• She has a PhD in ethology.
• She has many notable awards like: Kyoto Prize and DBE.
• She married Hugo Van Lawick and they have one child.
She studies the social and family life of the chimpanzee. She is considered the
world's foremost expert in chimpanzees. She founded the Jane Goodall Institute
and the Roots & Shoots program. In 1958 she studied the primate behaviour
and the anatomy of the primates.
She became famous because she devoted her life to living among the
chimpanzees and studying them on their natural enviroment. She discovered a
lot of features of the chimpanzees.
She contributes to the science and she established the Jane Goodall Institute.
She wrote a lot of books and she directed many films. She is the former
president of Advocates for Animals.
You can visit the Jane Goodall Institute in Vienna, Virginia.