Jane Goodall Begins Studying Chimpanzees

Jane van Lawick Goodall began conducting Scientific observations of primate behaviour at the Gombe Stream National Park in Tanzania, Africa in 1960. Goodall’s Observations of the resident chimpanzees uncovered many unknown behavioural aspects such as: chimps are omnivores, use tools in the wild, and possess a highly developed social structure.

Date:
      1960
Name(s):
      Jane van Lawick Goodall
Occupation:
      Zoologist
Location:
      Tanzania, Africa


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