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EVOLUTIONARY PRESSURES by Perry Mann

EVOLUTIONARY PRESSURES

Thirty million years ago, humans shared a common ancestor with baboons and chimpanzees. Today baboons and chimpanzees have changed very little relative to the change in humans. 981 more words

Book of the Month: "Me...Jane' by Patrick McDonnell, a book about Jane Goodall

This is my second ‘book of the month’ post in a row, simply because the last one was bought in January and THIS one is actually our February choice. 235 more words

Illustration

Harmony

“Chimpanzees, gorillas, orangutans have been living for hundreds of thousands
of years in their forest, living fantastic lives, never overpopulating, never
destroying the forest. I would say that they have been in a way… 190 more words

February

From The Diary Of Jane Goodall

March  12 Monday  To-day I witnessed the chimps establishing a union and putting up a picket line Where the hell is Brian Williams when I need him

Brian Williams

Walking barefoot and other random stuff ...

It is good to feel the ground (grass, road, …) … every step brings a different sensation!!

and Upper Pierce Reservoir is a great place to do so with these flowers in bloom  (and managed to identify three of them from my book of “1001 Garden Plants in Singapore” :) ) 244 more words

Random Stuff

Buy wisely for the environment, scientist Jane Goodall tells consumers

Source: Malaysian Insider

Published on 30th January, 2015 by Melati A. Jalil

Primatologist, conservationist and anthropologist Dr Jane Goodall says consumers must be aware of their buying choices if they cared about the environment. 584 more words

Conservation

Jane Goodall launches Roots & Shoots youth programme in Malaysia

Jane Goodall walks the talk. The world-renowned primatologist, conservationist, anthropologist, and United Nations Messenger of Peace saves half packets of sugar in cafés to use later, puts a do-not-disturb sign on her hotel room so sheets and towels are not washed unnecessarily, and would never dream of leaving behind a half-used bar of soap. 1,689 more words

Environment