Jane Goodall is considered a pioneer among behavioral scientists in the world of chimpanzees. At the age of only 26, she began her work as a scientist in Tanzania, East Africa, in early 1960. She lives with free-ranging chimpanzees and provides insights into their social behavior and abilities. As founder of the Jane Goodall Institute, she has worked since 1986 to raise awareness and sustainability regarding the coexistence of humans, animals and the environment. The film provides insights into the life and work of Jane Goodall.
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1. Students will learn and deepen their knowledge about the life of Jane Goodall.
1. Students will analyze the work of the behavioral biology science field.
1. Students will explain the concept of sustainability using the work of the Jane Goodall Institute as an example.