Jane Goodall on Empathy and How to Reach Our Highest Human Potential. Had the pleasure to hear Dr. Jane Goodall speak at Trinity university sept 24th

Jane Goodall on Empathy and How to Reach Our Highest Human Potential

Jane Goodall on Empathy and How to Reach Our Highest Human Potential. Had the pleasure to hear Dr. Jane Goodall speak at Trinity university sept

jane goodall - female british scientist most famous for her groundbreaking work researching and observing chimpanzees for 45 years. jane is also an author, environmentalist, as well as a un messenger of peace. she tours the world 360 days out of the year, giving lectures on conservation and animal welfare issues.

jane goodall ~ female british scientist most famous for her groundbreaking work researching and observing chimpanzees for 45 years. author, environmentalist, u. messenger of peace, frequent lecturer on conservation and animal welfare issues

"We should have respect for animals because it makes human beings of us all." Jane Goodall

These Amazing Jane Goodall Quotes Will Inspire You to Fight For Animals and Nature

These Riveting Jane Goodall Quotes Will Inspire You To Fight For Nature – True Activist

Boston.com's The Big Picture / 125 Years of National Geographic (view the full set of 23 amazing photos here: http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2013/01/125_years_of_national_geograph.html)

125 Years of National Geographic

Tanzania, A touching moment between primatologist and National Geographic grantee Jane Goodall and young chimpanzee Flint at Tanzania's Gombe Stream Reserve. (Photo by Hugo van Lawick via National Geographic)

Jane Goodall, Vienna, May 2009 -by Philipp Horak

Jane Goodall about Humans “It’s unfortunate that the most intellectual species ever to walk the planet, is destroying the planet and very fast. And I think we have lost wisdom, which made people would.

"15 Life Lessons Learned From Primatologist Jane Goodall."   ...   Key words: 'arguably' and 'intelligent'. We humans defined ourselves as intelligent, but we obviously got it very, very wrong....

15 Life Lessons Learned from Primatologist Jane Goodall

Life Lessons Learned From Primatologist Jane Goodall. Key words: 'arguably' and 'intelligent'. We humans defined ourselves as intelligent, but we obviously got it very, very wrong.

Jane Goodall I had the pleasure of hearing her speak in 2003 at the New England Aquarium. Truly a moving women trying to defend the earth and teach new generations to treasure our natural resources and empathize with the creatures with whom we share this planet.

Photography

Primatologist Jane Goodall - In the photo above, she kisses Pola, a chimpanzee baby at the Budapest Zoo that she symbolically adopted. I love Jane Goodall! She is such an inspiring lady!

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'National Geographic' Celebrates 125 Years Of Photography

© MICHAEL NICHOLS / National Geographic Brazzaville Zoo, Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo. Jou Jou, captive chimpanzee reaches out its hand to Dr. Part of Christie’s Boundless: 125 Years of National Geographic Photography

Jane Goodall is proof that a gentle soul, an adventurous heart, and a whip-smart brain result in true beauty.

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Dame Jane Goodall---Primatologist, Anthropologist and Ethologist. World's foremost expert on the study Chimpanzees. Conservationist in animal welfare.

baron hugo van lawick - jane goodall (reward for five years of patience and courage: a young chimpanzee confidently takes the hand of his first human friend), 1965  explore/donate: the jane goodall institute

In her field notebooks, Jane Goodall meticulously recorded the daily lives of the chimpanzees of Gombe.

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