Jane Goodall/Related Articles
Jane Goodall: A British primatologist, famous for having observed tool use in a non-human species (the chimpanzee) for the first time.
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- Primatology : The study of the behaviorial and biological characteristics belonging to the members of the order Primates.
- Biography : A narrative account of a person's life.
- Human evolution : The study of the physical and behavioral genetic adaptations of the species belonging to the subfamily hominidae.
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- Primate : A member of the biological order Primates, which includes prosimians (galagos, lorises, lemurs and tarsiers), monkeys, apes, and humans.
- Chimpanzee : An ape home to western and central Africa.
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- Louis Leakey : (7 August 1903 - 1 October 1972) Kenyan archaeologist and naturalist whose work was important in establishing human evolutionary development in Africa.