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October 04, 2020 - Your Story

Window to the wild world: Animal rights activist Jane Goodall on letting animals be

Window to the wild world: Animal rights activist Jane Goodall on letting animals be
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On World Animal Welfare Day, we turn to words by primatologist, climate change activist and animal rights activist Jane Goodall as a reminder to be kind to the animal kingdom as well.

Every person should be thankful that Jane Goodall set out to Africa – to explore the lives of human’s closest living relative, chimpanzee – at the age of 27 in July, 1960. Six decades later today, mankind has a much better understanding of primate science.

Jane would spend her days watching and learning social and family interactions of wild chimpanzees and jot down her observations at night in her tent in the Gombe Forest in Tanzania. She was armed with nothing more than a notebook, binoculars, and an abundant love for animals.

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