Jane Goodall studied chimpanzees because she loved animals.
Jane Goodall does what she does because she has a love for chimpanzees that is inseparable!
Jane Goodall is a Christian. However, she is not particularly religious. Jane Goodall is famous for her work with chimpanzees in Africa.
Jane Goodall opened a research centre in Tanzania, and helped the chimpanzees.
She study chimpanzees in the Africa Savannah
i think jane goodall lives some where in africa because she studied chimpanzees
Jane Goodall studies chimps in Africa Tanzania , gombie a rain forest
chimpanzees of course
She studied chimpanzees.
It is because of everything that she did for the chimpanzees
To help the chimpanzees
she is famous for the conservation of chimpanzees.
jane goodall is impact on studying chimpanzees
Jane Goodall is a primatologist most known for her long-term study of wild chimpanzees in Tanzania.
Jane Goodall is best known for her work with chimpanzees in Gombe Stream National Park in 1960. In 1977 she founded the Jane Goodall Institute.
Chimpanzees were eating bananas wen she was observing them.
Jane Goodall was a primatologist and an anthropologist. She studied chimpanzees, and is celebrated for her efforts, as well as being the UN Messenger of Peace.
Jane Goodall is most famous for her work with chimpanzees in Africa. She is considered the world's exert on this subject.
She worked with chimpanzees in Tanzania and started the Jane Goodall Institute to help preserve and protect chimps.
Jame Goodall Jane Goodal!
She studies chimpanzees.
Jane salled to Africa in 1957
Jane Goodall was born in 1934. She is best known for her study of chimpanzees. She spent about 45 years studying them in Tanzania.
Jane Goodall painful experience is that she was told that chimpanzees were going to be extincted. Chimpanzees were here favorite animal.
The scientist that loves chimpanzees is Dame Jane Morris Goodall, a British primatologist.
She is important because of her research on chimpanzees.
for 30 years
The chimpanzees of Gombe.
Ethologist anthropologist primatologist
Jane Goodall found out that chimpanzees are mostly like humans and were probably once related or ancestors of human's. try reading 10 ways to save wildlife by Jane Goodall
chimpanzees and other animals to find out how chimpanzees live
she helped take care of chimpanzees studied chimpanzees
Jane Goodall likes to work with chimpanzees in Membosa east Africa on the coast.
Jane Goodall lived '45' years with chimpanzees and not monkeys. It was from the year 1960 to the year 2005 A.D.
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she stuied chimpanzees fly and dogs
A United Nation of peace messanger help the chimpanzees from the illegal hunters that were trying to kill the chimpanzees. Her name was Jane Goodall that was the protecter of the chimpanzees.
She changed the idea that we are not like chimpanzees and other apes by studying chimpanzees and concluding that we are like apes.
A book was written about Jane Goodall because she changed the way we think about chimpanzees. We know a lot more about them now then we ever did.
Jane Goodall I think she should be remembered because she inspired people to study chimpanzees and was one of the first woman to study chimps
Jane Goodall spent nearly 50 years studying chimpanzees in Tanzania. She studied the primates in their natural habitats, which was not often done.
Goodall is famous for her work among the chimpanzees of Gombe and for her efforts to raise awareness about the plight of both wild and captive chimpanzees. She is the founder of the Jane Goodall Institute as well as the Roots & Shoots education and activism program for young people. She is the author of numerous books including My Life with the Chimpanzees, In the Shadow of Man, and Reason for Hope.
Jane Goodall is an anthropologist, a primatologist, and an ethnologist. She was born in Britain and is known for her work with the chimpanzees.
She is still working with the chimps. :) She enjoys it too.