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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