The Jane Goodall Online Archive

A quick fyi: National Geographic has pulled together a handy digital archive that features a slew of articles written by (or about) Jane Goodall, the pioneering researcher who conducted a 45-year study of the social and family interactions of wild chimpanzees in Tanzania. The archive spans close to fifty years, moving from 1963 to 2010, and it comes complete with a photograph gallery showcasing Goodall’s work with chimps. If you want to strip down the importance of her research to its most basic essentials, let me refer you to this video: What Makes Us Human?.

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  • Nadav Levy, zoologist and wildlife correspondence based in Israel says:

    As a zoologist and correspoondence of Teva Hadvariim (nature of Things), I would like your permission to use some of her photos in regards to Chimpanzee. It’s a great privilage to ske you permission for an article which tales her story for aurprising her fpr her 80th birthday which could be publish next March or April Issue. We sall give you any credit but we cannot offer payment. I thank you in advance for possible few good resulution for publication slides
    Yours Sincerely, Nadav Levy

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