Facts About Jane Goodall
Jane Goodall have taken breaths around:342,468,000 breaths of air
Jane Goodall have spent time for eating & drinking around:42.6 months eating and drinking
Jane Goodall heart has beaten around:3,287,692,800 times
Jane Goodall have eaten around:62.5 tons of food
Jane Goodall have slept around:28.7 years sleeping
Jane Goodall have laughed around:317,100 times
Baroness Jane van Lawick-Goodall, or Dame Jane Goodall, is a famous British scientist and primatologist, known as the best expert on chimpanzees. She was born in 1934 in one of London neighborhoods, and as a child, little Jane received a stuffed chimpanzee, which she liked very much and decided to dedicate her life to study these amazing animals. In the late 1950s, the young scientist went to Africa to observe and research on the animals in their natural habitat. There, she met a few known specialists who persuaded Jane to join an ethology program at Cambridge University, which helped the young scientist to learn more about monkeys and chimpanzees. After finishing the program, Jane started working in Gombe Stream National Park, where a great population of chimpanzees was living. She could observe their habits, diet, and behavior, and make her scientific experiments which sometimes took decades to achieve some conclusions and results. In 1977 Jane founded her own organization, Jane Goodall Institution, which supports and provides money for chimpanzee and African animal-related research. For her extraordinary achievements, Goodall was honored by becoming a Member of the British Empire, as well as received a number of awards and became the United Nations Messenger of Peace.