Dr. Jane Goodall Is Now Teaching an Online Course on Conservation, Animal Intelligence & Activism

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Back in June, we men­tioned that the great pri­ma­tol­o­gist and anthro­pol­o­gist Dr. Jane Goodall was gear­ing up to teach her first online course on envi­ron­men­tal con­ser­va­tion, ani­mal intel­li­gence, and activism. Now, it seemed worth giv­ing this quick update–Goodal­l’s course is ready to go. It fea­tures 29 lessons and costs $90. You can sign up and take the course through Mas­ter­Class here. (You can pur­chase an All-Access Annu­al Pass for every course in the Mas­ter­Class cat­a­log for $180.)

Above watch a trail­er that intro­duces the course. Below see her dis­cuss the course on the Tonight Show with Jim­my Fal­lon.

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