Where did Jane Goodall live for 40 years?

Answer Jane Goodall, born in England on April 3, 1934, arrived on July 14, 1960, in Tanganyika, modern Tanzania, in East Africa. She studied a colony of wild chimpanzees in their natural habitat in Gombe ... Read More »

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Where did Jane Goodall go in Africa?

Jane Goodall went to the Kakombe Valley in the Kigoma District of Tanzania in 1960, and set up a study of chimpanzees. Gombe National Park would be established here in 1968. She met archaeologist a... Read More »

Where was jane goodall born?

Jane Goodall was born in London, England, on April 3, 1934. She loved animals from the time she was a child and dreamed of going to Africa. On her first trip there she met Louis Leakey, who became ... Read More »

Where did Jane Goodall study chimps?

Jane Goodall traveled from England to Tanzania in 1960 to study wild chimpanzees. In 1977, Goodall founded the Jane Goodall Institute to help save the endangered wild chimpanzees in Tanzania's Gomb... Read More »

Where did Jane Goodall graduate from?

Jane Goodall received her Ph.D. in ethology from Cambridge University in 1965. Ethology is the scientific study of animal behavior. She is one of only eight people who have received an advanced de... Read More »