In good health is Jane Goodall. She was born in London on April 3, 1934. She was always fascinated by how animals behaved.
Goodall seized the chance to travel to Kenya and study animals in their natural environment, and soon after, she was hired as Louis Leakey’s assistant. Leakey thought that Goodall had the temperament needed to tolerate prolonged solitude in the woods while researching chimpanzee social and familial dynamics.
She eventually rose to become the top chimpanzee expert in the entire globe. She currently focuses on topics related to animal care and conservation, and she founded the Jane Goodall Institute.