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By Lisa Kozleski

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A biography of the zoologist, discussing her own lifestyles in addition to her paintings with chimpanzees on the Gombe circulation Reserve in Tanzania.

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Every time a chimp stopped coming to the feeding area, she writes, the researchers started to wonder if they would ever see that chimp again — or if they did, whether he or she would be terribly crippled. In the end, nine chimps were affected by the outbreak; five were paralyzed, and another four died. Goodall and van Lawick continued their work even through this difficult period. In December of 1966, Goodall had her first encounter with another of Louis Leakey’s 57 58 JANE GOODALL The Gombe chimps, who were shy at first, eventually became so comfortable with Goodall that they often wandered into her camp.

With the solidification of the institute at Gombe, the National Geographic article, her formal training in Cambridge’s doctoral program, and her ongoing field research, Goodall built a strong reputation as a scientist. Geographic article of 1963. By 1966, Dr. ” (Blood, 334) Goodall was well on her way to “coming of age” professionally. And her dreams didn’t stop with the permanent research center. By this time, Goodall was talking of establishing a series of chimp reserves all over West Africa, while still fully intending to continue the research at Gombe for the long term.

She worked as a waitress, saving every penny she could. It took her five months of grueling hours and hard work before she had enough saved up. ” (35) 31 3 The Beginning of the Work: 1957–1961 THE ARRIVAL IN KENYA Goodall departed for Africa on a passenger liner called the Kenya Castle, which traveled for 21 days down the western coast of Africa, stopping now and then in the Canary Islands. Next, the boat cruised past the Cape of Good Hope and stopped at Cape Town and Durban before docking for good on April 2, 1957 at Mombasa, the coastal port of Kenya.

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