Meet the heroes who are saving our endangered species: Jane Goodall

Published 18 May 2018, 17:16 BST
Meet the heroes who are saving our endangered species: Jane Goodall

Jane Goodall spent her time studying chimpanzees and is consider the world's foremost expert on them. She spent over 55 years studying the family and social interactions of these primates and has worked extensively on animal welfare and conservation issues. 

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