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According to Jane Goodall

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Jane Goodall: If you don’t recognize the name, she’s a British primatologist, anthropologist, and ethologist, and she’s been a leading voice in the area of activism on environmental issues for several decades. She may be best remembered for her research and work with the chimpanzees in the 1980s, or for being appointed as UN Messenger of Peace in September 2002 at the United…




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