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Jane Goodall arrives at Gombe Stream Reserve

Jane Goodall arrives at Gombe Stream Reserve

14 July, 1960

On 14th July 1960, Jane Goodall arrived at the Gombe Stream Reserve (now located in Tanzania). She would begin her famous study of chimpanzee behaviour in the wild.

Dame Jane Goodall is a British primatologist and anthropologist known for her research on chimpanzees and her efforts for wild life conservation.

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