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Follow the epic true story of the world's most famous wild chimpanzee clan, filmed over eight years at Gombe Stream National Park in Tanzania.
Find out more about the challenges facing these and all chimps in today's world.
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Potential, as Fernández-Aráoz sees it, consists of five traits that drive people to learn and succeed: motivation, curiosity, insight, engagement, and determination—all of which Goodall brought to Tanzania in abundance.
Goodall wrote later that she made accepted the job in Gombe “for no other reason than a real desire for knowledge.” Some 57 years later, Goodall is still a passionate advocate and educator.
British primatologist and conservationist Jane Goodall receives flowers as she tours Tacugama Chimpanzee Sanctuary with her friend and founder of the sanctuary, Bala Amarasekaran, in Freetown, Sierra Leone, February 27, 2019.
REUTERS/Cooper Inveen Deforestation and disease are also major threats. “In this country, there are about 5,500 chimps left in the wild,” said the sanctuary’s development manager Aram Kazandjian.
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Instead, they live in an ever changing 'fission-fusion' social system, moving around in family, mixed sex or bachelor groups – or even alone.
Females tend to migrate to neighbouring communities at puberty, though at Gombe about 50% stay in their natal groups.
Find out more about chimp behaviour and about the conservation issues facing these and other great apes through the links from the character profiles above and from the series page on Apes in Danger.
Sierra Leone’s President Julius Maada Bio presents British primatologist and conservationist Jane Goodall with the Order of the Rokel, Sierra Leone’s highest civilian award, in Freetown, Sierra Leone, February 27, 2019.