Jane Goodall

Jane Goodall
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  • 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.
  • MONKEY!!
  • 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.
  • Good chimpanzee!!
  • 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.
  • Hmmmmm
  • 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.
  • NICE!!!
  • 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.
  • An intersting fact about me is that I'm a vegan!
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