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‘Jane’ provides a scintillating vision into Goodall’s legacy

In 1957, Dr. Louis Leakey, a preeminent paleoanthropologist, began to examine chimpanzee behavior in the hopes that it would help him better understand the lifestyle of early man. He asked his 26-year-old secretary, who had no formal scientific training, to go to Africa and collect data for him. The secretary’s name was Jane Goodall, and…
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