Jane Goodall was born on April 3, 1934. She loved animals as a child and she always dreamed of going to Africa to watch/write about animals.When Jane Goodall was little her father gave her a toy chimpanzee that she named Jubilee. She took it everywhere she went.
Here is a toy monkey that you can have.
Jane Goodall earned her Doctorate degree without earning her Masters or Bachelors first. Also Jane Goodall got the trust of all chimpanzees. A challenge she faced was that she traveled 300 days spreading her word. Last, she faced the challenge of illness for chimpanzees.
Some contributions that Jane Goodall had was that she discovered tool making in Chimpanzees. Also she discovered that some Chimpanzees construct pieces of twigs and grass, making a tool to poke into termite mounds. But the greatest contribution that Jane Goodall ever had was a 45 year long study of Chimpanzee social and family life.
Jane Goodall made a book called Seeds of Hope that was created in April 2, 2013. It was about her writing about nature. It was also a New York Times Best Seller.
Did you know that I made a book called Seeds of Hope?
Jane Goodall's contribution changed society a lot because she learned how to build really good relationships with chimpanzees
Have you heard of Jane Goodall? Her work with chimpanzees and how she's making such a good relationship with them is amazing.
Yeah she's pretty intersting and cool!
Jane Goodall is still alive today. She was also named a United States Messenger of peace in 2002. She was introduced to monkeys when she was a baby.