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    Jane Goodall Chimpanzees

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    Jane Goodall’s book takes her readers on a journey through her thirty year study with the chimpanzees of Gombe. Jane Goodall is a renowned primatologist in the field of anthropology, and is specifically known for her study of the chimpanzees. She primarily studied their behavior, but also observed how they used their intelligence and how they lived within their groups. Goodall studied her chimpanzees by idly observing them, and interfered little as possible. Goodall would stay in areas where she would not be so close, yet not so far from them. Goodall would observe them on the ground most of the time, and would look at the trees to watch them casually. She would follow them quietly whenever the primates ventured to another location, and built…

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    Jane Goodall is often known as “the woman who redefined man.” She was born in 1934, on the third of April, in London, England, under the name Valarie Jane Morris-Goodall. At an early age, Jane expressed an interest in animals. Now, Goodall is a famous ethologist, primarily known for her extensive research of chimpanzees. However, throughout her life, Jane Goodall has been extremely ambitious and has accomplished many deeds. Figure 1. Jane in Action. Photo by unknown. Date unknown. Goodall…

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    Jane Goodall is not only a famous anthropologist, she is also known for her work as a primatologist, actor, screenwriter, and researcher, but she took a huge interest with animals, especially chimpanzees. Ever since childhood Goodall has shown an interest in animals. By the age of 26 in the year 1960, Goodall traveled to Gombe where she first started her study of chimpanzees.To get to where she is today she worked very hard not just to get to Africa but also to pay for college. “When Goodall…

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    Jane Goodall “Small chimps and small children so often behave in the same way in the same context that it seems illogical to suppose that those behaviors are not triggered by similar feelings,” explained Jane (Kowalski). Jane Goodall was born on April 3, 1934 in London, UK and is an ethologist, or studies animal behaviors under its natural conditions. The British ethologist is still living today at the age of 81 (Jane Goodall). Goodall is a prominent scientist within the biological community.…

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    In the early 1960’s Jane Goodall traveled to the Gombe Stream Reserve in Tanzania to study chimpanzee development and their social interactions. During her early years of study, Goodall discovered much about the social complexity of chimpanzee societies and their hierarchies, along with their development which is, for the most part, very similar to the development of our species. Throughout the book, Jane Goodall describes the many challenges she faced trying to get the protective chimpanzees…

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    The Outstanding life of Jane Goodall “My greatest hope lies in the fact that young people, are not only aware of the problems, but actually want to help solve them” (Haugen 93). Jane Goodall is a primate conservationist, every year she helps save more and more wildlife. Jane Goodall saves many chimpanzees from suffering in the wild with medical aid and shelter to the sick and injured. Goodall formed several agencies in which she helps fund, to save as much wildlife as she can. Beginning at a…

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    that Jane Goodall got to do and she just loved it. It wasn’t easy. there many challenges that faced her towards her road to her dreams like the fact that she did not have a degree without one Jane couldn’t really be taken seriously for her work, illnesses and illnesses of the chimpanzees affected her a lot because it stopped her from doing her job, also traveling was a big one she had problems traveling out of the united states, but she eventually got through all of them through hard work, and…

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    Jane Goodall Jane Goodall’s study of the chimpanzees really impacted the way we think about different species. She has been so devoted to learning everything she possibly could about chimpanzees. She has lived with them for a couple years. Goodall didn’t have a perfect child hood she had some setbacks in her young life but that didn’t stop her to become a scientist and discover everything she has done. She has found out so many cool and important…

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    Dame Jane Morris Goodall was born April 3,1934 in London to Mortimer Herbert Morris-Goodall and Margaret Myfanwe Joseph. She was later married and was then formally known as Baroness Jane Van Lawick-Goodall. She was married to Hugo Van Lawick from 1964 through 1974. She then in 1975 married Derek Bryceson until their divorce in 1980. She is very well known for studying chimpanzees and all the contributions and such that has increased that very field today. In July 1960, Jane goodall traveled…

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    People once thought gorillas were violent, chimpanzees ate only plants, and orangutans were impossible to study. Three women showed otherwise. Jane Goodall, Dian Fossey, and BirutŽ Galdikas completely changed the entire study of apes. Their work also gave humans new ways to understand their own behavior. Jane Goodall is known for her work with chimpanzees. She went into the jungle after deciding it made most sense to study her subjects where they lived. For more than 50 years, she has made…

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