Jane Goodall (1934) is an English primatologist, ethologist and anthropologist. She is considered the biggest expert on chimpanzees after a 55-year study on the social and family interactions of these primates. Thanks to her research in the Gombe Stream National Park in Tanzania, Goodall revolutionized primatology when she found out that the observed individuals had their own personality, the capacity to have a rational thought and to feel emotions, something that science had never contemplated.
As a staunch defender of the environment as the necessary habitat for the survival of animal species, Jane Goodall left famous quotes like this, in which she refers to man's attempts to amend the wrongs caused to environment.
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