Jane Goodall on Chimpanzees

Chimpanzee expert and conservationist Jane Goodall talks about introducing the world to chimpanzees and their personalities, as well as her experiences with bully chimps.

From the most surprising and shocking thing she’s learnt in her time alongside these amazing animals, to our ongoing research into chimpanzees. Jane Goodall gives us a glimpse into her life’s work.

Video Length: 01:51 mins


With thanks to the Jane Goodall Institute and Think Inc.

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This article is republished from Australia’s Science Channel. Access the original article here.

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