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July 15, 2020 - ABC News

Jane Goodall on 60 years of studying chimpanzees in Africa: 'We're still learning new things'

Jane Goodall on 60 years of studying chimpanzees in Africa: 'We're still learning new things'
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Dr. Jane Goodall was only 26 when she traveled from England to what is now Tanzania to learn about wild chimpanzees in July 1960.

The world knew very little about the species at the time. Goodall’s groundbreaking research at Gombe Stream National Park has now spanned six decades. Her research has transformed the way we see human relationships with chimpanzees and has showed us an entirely new method for wildlife research.

Goodall’s research was revolutionary because she integrated herself within the wild chimpanzee communities to learn about their social and familial interactions. She named each animal and formed close bonds with them, learning how very similar they were to us.

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