Born on April 3, 1934, in London, England, Jane Goodall set out to Tanzania to study wild chimpanzees by sitting amongst them, bypassing more rigid procedures and uncovering discoveries about primate behavior that have continued to shape scientific discourse. She is a highly respected member of the world scientific community and is a staunch advocate of ecological preservation.
Read "What's So Great About Jane Goodall?" by Blake Bibbins
Make a Chimpanzee Mask
Assist children in painting their own Chimpanzee mask. Use a short piece of yarn to tie the mask behind the child's head.