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   <h1 id="tribute-heading"> Jane Goodall</h1><h2 id="tribute-info"> The achievements of an extraordinary  woman</h2>
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         <figcaption id="img-caption">Jane at the Tchimpaunga Chimpanzee rehabilitaion centre with one of the resident Chimps. </figcaption>
   <p id="tribute-heading"> What are Jane Goodall's greatest acheivements to date?
    <li> Though she had no scientific knowledge or a degree, Jane observed chimpanzees and inferred some major similarities between humans and chimpanzees</li>
    <li>Jane is best known for her research in ‘Gombe Stream National Park.’ While going about her research, she adopted an unusual method of naming the chimpanzees she observed instead of numbering them, which was the common practice at the time. She named them as she believed that chimpanzees had unique and individual personalities like humans</li>
    <li>Before her observation, it was believed that only humans possessed the skill of making tools and that their ability to make tools distinguished them from other primates. But after her studies on chimpanzees, this belief was abandoned. While observing a chimpanzee, she realized that the animal was effectively “fishing” for termites as it repeatedly placed stalks of grass into termite holes. When it took out the stalk of grass from the hole, it was able to feed on termites clinging to the grass. Her mentor Leaky wrote in an article to the scientific community, “We must now redefine man, redefine tool, or accept chimpanzees as human!</li>
    <li>In order to protect chimpanzees, she founded ‘Jane Goodall Institute’ in 1977 which now has sub-groups all around the world. Its global youth program ‘Roots & Shoots,’ which focuses on saving them and their habitat, began in 1991.</li>
    <li>She is the former president of ‘Advocates for Animals’ which raised its voice against the use of animals for medical and laboratory research purposes.</li>
    <li>In 1999, she was honored with the ‘International Peace Award.’</li>
    <li>In 1999, she was honored with the ‘International Peace Award.’</li>
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      <a id="tribute-link" href=""  target="_blank"/> The Jane Goodall Website</p>
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