Fossey left Africa in 1970 to complete work for a doctorate at the University of Cambridge in England. In 1974 she received her degree in zoology with the completion of her dissertation, “The Behavior of the Mountain Gorilla.” She returned to Rwanda with student volunteers who made broader kinds of research possible.
She is a American zoologist
Dian fossey the zoologist her nationality was American, her father George fossey was Irish
her motivation was happiness
Dian Fossey was a famous American born zoologist, meaning she worked with animals. When she was not with the animals it was not known what her religion was.
Dian Fossey spent and ultimately gave her life protecting mountain gorillas.
Dian Fossey worked with gorillas. She got her early inspiration from a book called "The Year of the Gorilla" by a zoologist George Schaller.
Dian Fossey is an American zoologist most famous for studying gorillas in Rwanda. She was killed, likely in connection to her studies, and her case has since not been solved.
Dian Fossey was a Catholic
The book "Gorillas in the Mist" was written in 1983 by zoologist Dian Fossey (1932-1985).
Dian Fossey did her work in East Central Africa. =)
Dian Fossey did not win any awards