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Jane Goodall (born on April 3rd, 1934) was a Scholar who was an English UN Messenger of Peace, primatologist, ethologist, and anthropologist. Jane died on Thursday March 22, 2018 and her death was because of a short but painful illness.
Jane is a wonderful women who is still alive today. She inspires many people from all over the world with her work. Mainly recognized for the love of chimps and nature, she sends the message that every individual can help toward a brighter future.
Jane Goodall's Biography Stats:
- Full Name: Goodall, Jane Valerie Morris
- Birthplace: London, England
- Birth Date: April 3, 1934
- Also Known As: Valerie Jane Morris Goodall, Baroness Jane van Lawick-Goodall
- Category/Genre: Scholar
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- Nationality: British
- Baron Hugo van Lawick (married. 28 March 1964-divorced 1974)
- Derek Bryceson (married 2005-1980, his death)
- Father: Mortimor Goodall
- Mother: Vanne Goodall
- Hugo Eric Louis van Lawick "Grub," (son,born 1967)
- Date: Not deceased
- Place: Not available
- Cause of Death: Unknown reason
- Funeral Arrangements: TBA
Claim to Fame:
Jane Goodall was a primatologist famous for living with chimps to study them more closely. She discovered that chimps were omnivores, not herbivores eating both meat and vegetation. During her time, she witnessed a monkey creating a tool by taking a branch like object and pulling the leaves off. With this, the monkey had placed his tool into a termite house of which was later pulled out with the termites ready to eat. At that time, it was believed that humans were the only ones who had the ability to create tools. She had made a discovery of which changed everything.
Is Jane Goodall dead or alive? Ms. Goodall has not passed away.
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