I Am Jane Goodall
Learn all about Jane Goodall, the chimpanzee scientist. With her love of nature and science and dedication to chimpanzees, she changed what we know about chimpanzees as well as improved the future for many female scientists who came after her. Pick up this biography for kids today to add to your collection!
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Jane Goodall was the first scientist to give names to her subjects instead of assigning numbers.
She was the first to observe chimps eating meat and making and using tools.
Jane Goodall obtained a doctorate degree without receiving a bachelor's or master's first.
Jane founded her own institute for Wildlife Research, Education, and Conservation in the late 1970s.