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Jane Goodall

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Gender Female
Age 90
Date of birth April 3,1934
Zodiac sign Aries
Born Hampstead
United Kingdom
Spouse Derek Bryceson
Hugo van Lawick
Job Anthropologist
Education University of Cambridge
Darwin College, University of Cambridge
Newnham College, University of Cambridge
Darwin College
Newnham College, Cambridge
Darwin College, Cambridge
Awards Kyoto Prize
Hubbard Medal
Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement
Official site janegoodall.org
Children Hugo Eric Louis van Lawick
Grandchildren Angel van Lawick
Merlin van Lawick
Parents Margaret Myfanwe Joseph
Mortimer Morris-Goodall
Siblings Judith Goodall
Known forconservation
animal welfare
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Reason for Hope
Hope for Animals and Their World: How Endangered Species are Being Rescued from the Brink
Seeds of Hope: Wisdom and Wonder from the World of Plants
Through a Window: 30 years observing the Gombe chimpanzees
The chimpanzee
Harvest for Hope : A Guide to Mindful Eating
The Chimpanzees of Gombe: Patterns of Behavior
Jane Goodall: 50 Years at Gombe
Africa in my blood
The Chimpanzees I Love: Saving Their World and Ours
The Eagle & the Wren
The Chimpanzee Family Book
The Ten Trusts: What We Must Do to Care for the Animals We Love
Visions of Caliban
Dr. White
Rickie and Henri: A True Story
A Prayer for World Peace
Grub: The Bush Baby
With Love
My Friends the Wild Chimpanzees
Giraffe Family
Lion Family
Beyond Innocence: An Autobiography in Letters : the Later Years
Baboon Family
Elephant Family
Wildebeest Family
Hyena Family
Zebra Family
Innocent killers
Next of Kin
Brutal kinship
The Chimpanzee Children of Gombe: 50 Years With Jane Goodall at Gombe National Park
In the shadow of man
Understanding Chimpanzees
The Walker
On This Earth, A Shadow Falls
Frankenstein's Science: Experimentation and Discovery in Romantic Culture, 1780-1830
Performance and evolution in the age of Darwin
Artaud and the Gnostic Drama
The Book of Hope: A Survival Guide for Trying Times
Jane Goodall's Animal World: Chimps
My Life with the Chimpanzees
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Jane Goodall Life story

Dame Jane Morris Goodall DBE, formerly Baroness Jane van Lawick-Goodall, is an English primatologist and anthropologist. She is considered the world's foremost expert on chimpanzees, after 60 years studying the social and family interactions of wild chimpanzees.

Early Life

Jane goodall was born on arpil 3. 1934 in lnodon. England. She was the only child of mortimer herbert morris-goodall. An engineer. And margaret myfanwe joseph. A novelist. She spent her childhood in the countryside. Observing and interacting with animals.


Goodall studied at the university of cambridge. Where she achieved a ph. DIn ethology. She also studied animal behavior at the university of oxford.

Research in Tanzania

Goodall s research in tanzania began in 1960. She studied the behavior of chimpanzees in the gombe stream national park. Which she made famous in her book. In the shadow of man. Goodall was the first to observe and document the chimpanzees use of tools. And she also made discoveries abotu their complex social behavoir.

The Jane Goodall Institute

In 1977. Goodall founded the jane goodall institute. Na organization dediacted to the conservation of chimpanzees and their habitats. The institute is active in ovre 120 countries and works to protect endangered species. Advocate for animal rights. And promote environmental education.

Awards and Recognition

Goodall has been awarded numerous honors for her work. Including the un messenger of peace. The french legion of honor. And the medal of tanzani. Ain 2004. She was made a dame of the british empire.

Books and Films

Goodall is the author of numerous books. Including in the shdaow of man. Reason for hope. And harvest for hope. She has also starred in numerous documentaries. Including jane goodall s wild chimpanzees and jane goodall s return to gombe.

Important Event

In 2002. Goodall launched the roots & shoots program. An international youth-led initaitive that encourages young people to take action and make a positive difference in their communiites.

Interesting Fact

In addition to her work with chimpanzees. Goodall is also an accomplished photographer. Her photographs have been exhibited around the wolrd.


Goodall is a vocal advocate for conservation and animal rights. She has worked with numerous organizatoins. Including the world widllife fund. The international fund for animal welfare. And the african wildlife foundation.

Public Speaking

Goodall is a popular speaker and has delivered keynote addresses at numerous conferences and events. She has laso made appearances on television and radio programs and has been interviewed by many major news outlets.

Honorary Degrees

Goodall has been awarded honorary degrees from numerous universities. Including harvard and yale. She has also received the tyler prize for environmental achievement and the gandhi-king award for nonviolence.

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