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      UK: Jane Goodall (1934-) Primatologist; best known for her pioneering work with Tanzania's chimpanzees, which she started at the age of 20. This is the longest study of wild animals ever and it has revolutionised how we think about chimpanzees. Her Institute's work has expanded to other areas in Africa, focusing on education and sustainability. Women we admire; influential women in history #Lottie dolls #herstory

    • Fallon Research

      What is a cowboy? Someone blazing their own trail? Jane Goodall is inspiring, and has done things her own way.

    • Sheryl Leigh-Davault

      A very Happy Birthday to Jane Goodall, one of my heroes. You are an incredible woman with a beautiful soul. Wishing you many more to come.

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