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Jane Goodall

They're being accused of being the "epitome of elephant exploitation."
The proposed legislation would also ban the use of such animals in performances.
It sounds like climate change might have factored into their decision.
Meghan told the primatologist that she was her "idol."
In 1989, I flew to see the gorillas in Zaire. I was a determined 25-year-old; I had never flown solo across the world. It was always intended as a three-week window into adventure and nothing more. I needed to fully experience what lay one-dimensional in my university books.
Jane Goodall readily admits that she isn't "that kind of scientist" when she agrees to discuss one of the biggest ecological issues of our time, the use and proliferation of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs). What goes around comes around was her point at the outset. We only have one planet.
Just what is Vancouver Aquarium's relationship to SeaWorld's beluga program? Funny you should ask. It turns out that Vancouver Aquarium owns nine belugas, but only two actually live here. Seven others either live or were born at SeaWorld, a self-described theme park and entertainment corporation.
World famous animal researcher Jane Goodall has jumped into the debate surrounding the dolphins and whales in captivity at
I'm hoping to inspire others to follow their dreams and help the environment at the same time. I'll be talking about what inspired me to design and build a solar car, and then what I decided to do with it and what happened in the process and what I was able to accomplish in the end. The dream, the struggle, the victory!
She's most famous for her work with chimpanzees in Tanzania, but her contribution to science is so vast that the only place I could think of to begin with Jane Goodall is this: If you were at a cocktail party and nobody knew who you were, what would your answer be to the question, what do you do for a living?