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Inspired by a stuffed toy Jane Goodall became the first woman to study chips in the wild and in the process made historyAs a child Jane Goodall was given a stuffed chimpanzee named Jubilee and she has said her fondness for this figure started her early love of animals While others thought Jane would be terrified by the toy she adored it and it inspired a life long love of animals in her Jane dreamed of a life spent working with animals and when she was twenty six years old she ventured into the forests of Africa to observe chimpanzees in the wild During her expeditions she braved many dangers and she got to know an amazing group of wild chimpanzees—intelligent animals whose lives in work and play and family relationships bear a surprising resemblance to our own Through her work at Gombe Stream National Park in Tanzania and her own Roots and Shoots program she has become a tireless advocate for animals and the planet As for that stuffed toy Jubilee still sits on Goodall’s dresser in London


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    This book was a great read because it let you into the wonderful world of Chimpanzees It was interesting to learn so many things about chimps throughout the book and to hear about Jane's adventures Before reading this book I knew that Chimpanzees were very similar to humans but I didn't know very much I also didn't know much about Jane Now I know so much about both I think that it is amazing how Jane had a love for animals her whole life and how she was dedicated to her work It is also amazing how someone could be so interested in one topic and have work well be fun Being in high school I think it is very important to find a topic you are interested in and could be dedicated to Now I know that Jane is a great role model and is someone to look up to I also learned and can barely fathom that chimps can learn around 300 different signs in ASL On top of that I loved how Jane didn't dwell on certain parts and gave just the right about of information throughout the book This is very hard to do I also loved how the book ended in a question I would recommend this book to anyone that is interested in animals or nature in general