Saturday, February 23, 2013

"My most valuable asset? My pet Mr. H, a stuffed animal I've had over 19 years

Jane Goodall was born in London in 1934 and grew up in Bournemouth. In 1957, she traveled with anthropologist Louis Leakey in Tanzania to study chimpanzees. Eight years later, he completed his doctorate in ethology and Research Center Gombe Stream was built. In 1991, Goodall established the roots of the Institute & Shoots, a global environmental education and humanitarian youth now based in 132 countries. In 2002, he was appointed Messenger of Peace for the United Nations.

When were you the happiest?

When I arrived for the first time and when I had a baby.

What is your greatest fear?

lose my mind.

What is your first memory?

When he was two years old, a dragonfly flew by me. A man fell to the ground and stepped on it. I remember crying because I had caused the dragon to be killed.

What living person do you admire most and why?

Muhammad Yunus started the Grameen Bank.

What is the trait you most deplore in the other?

Property aside, what's the most expensive thing you bought?
My first boat trip

Africa 23.

What is your most valuable asset?

My pet Mr. H, a stuffed animal that I had for 19 years.

What do you dislike about your appearance?

I'm getting old.

Who played in the movie of your life?

trip, I played Jane.

What is your guilty pleasure?

whiskey every evening.

What is the worst thing that nobody told you?

In 1975, when my students were abducted by the rebels, who were accused of hiding rather than trying to save them, and not enough money to give their rescue. Nobody believed me.

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