“When she was 4, she wanted so badly to know how an egg came out of a hen that she hid inside a small henhouse for nearly four hours waiting to see it happen” (Newsela).
I need to see an egg come out of a hen! It's important!
Come on! It's dinner time!
“Goodall went back to live at home, and worked hard as a waitress. In five months, she'd saved enough money for a ticket on a ship to Kenya” (Newsela).
I was invited to see a friend in Kenya and worked hard enough to visit her. There, Louis Leakey hired me to work with chimpanzees.
“Her association with Leakey led eventually to her establishment in June 1960 of a camp in the Gombe Stream Game Reserve (now a national park) so that she could observe the behaviour of chimpanzees in the region” (Britannica School).
After I got a job, I lived with chimpanzees for a long time and learned a lot about their behavior.
“Over the years Goodall was able to correct a number of misunderstandings about chimpanzees” (Britannica School).
I managed to correct many misunderstandings about chimpanzees in the years that I lived with them.
“Jane established the Jane Goodall Institute in 1977. Its goals are to educate people about chimpanzees and other primates, and protect them and their environments”(ProQuest: SIRS Discoverer).
I established an institute that would help people learn about chimpanzees, which I believe is important.
Brown, Cynthia S. “Inventors and Scientists: Jane Goodall.” Newsela, Newsela, 31 Aug. 2016, newsela.com/read/bio-inventors-goodall/id/3762."Jane Goodall." Britannica School, Encyclopædia Britannica, 21 Sep. 2018. school.eb.com/levels/middle/article/Jane-Goodall/37375. Accessed 11 Feb. 2020."Jane Goodall: Wildlife Warrior." HistoriCool, Feb 2016.sirsdiscoverer, https://explore.proquest.com/sirsdiscoverer/document/2267928932?accountid=10988.Thank You For Listening!!