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Because She Did: Dr. Jane Goodall

What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.

At 26-years-old, Jane Goodall left England for Tanzania, to study chimpanzees in Tanzania’s Gombe Stream National Park. 151 more words


Special Video: “The Hug” and Notes on Jane Goodall

I just never know from where, or from whom, I will get my next source of inspiration. It can be something I’ve read, part of a conversation I hear (from classroom or elevator or grocery store), a poster or quote posted on a door or wall, or, sometimes it’s a video I just happen upon … 542 more words


Is that.... Dr Jane Goodall!!!!


but it’s fun and full of memories. ~

Halfway through my first semester now. There were welcoming dance, Halloween carnival… I attended my first MUN conference, club performances… School work and tests are so much harder and it feels suffocating at times. 309 more words


Day 346

Office party gift exchange. I got some snacks from my favorite place in Plant City, and a donation to the Jane Goodall Institute. Exactly what I asked for!

Daily Photo

Being Beautiful Can Be Harmful

Zoos choose to exhibit animals for a variety of reasons. One of them is beauty. Mandrills, who live in the tropical rainforest of central Africa, have so colorful faces that they stand out against their grey fur. 137 more words

Animal Welfare

Would There Be Chimpanzees Left Without Jane Goodall?

Without Dr. Jane Goodall there might not be any chimpanzees left in our world, at least not in the thick forests of Gombe.

Jane Goodall saw the responsibility the project for saving the chimpanzees had to also help humans sharing the space around the animals. 216 more words

Animal Welfare

The Past Few Days & Jane's Arrival

The days keep passing quickly. Last Friday night we all went out to a bar called Magangas to drink. One of Angel’s best friends, Ressi, was here. 541 more words