How did Jane Goodall die?

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Jane Goodall is alive.
Jane Goodall is the most famous chimpanzee expert in the world. A colleague of anthropologist Louis Leakey in Kenya in the late 1950s, she began studying the social organization of chimpanzees in 1960, in what is now Tanzania. She obtained her PhD from Ca... More>>
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Jane Goodall is still alive. She was born on April 3rd, 1934 in London, England. She recently turned 75. When Jane was just a girl, she loved being outdoors and studying animals,
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Jane Goodall is still alive. She established the Jane Goodall Institute to
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No she did not die she is alive she actually turned 74 on April 3rd! Environmenal club members meet famed researcher Jane Goodall By Valerie Finnerty Fri May 16, 2008, 12:06 PM EDT
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Goodall jumped at the opportunity to visit Kenya and study animals in their native habitat, and she was soon hired on as a secretary for an anthropolgist, Louis Leakey. Leakey believed that Goodall had the perfect temperament to endure long-term isolation in the wild to study the social and family interactions of chimps. Over time, she became the world's foremost expert on chimpanzees. Today, she works on conservation and animal welfare issues, she is also the founder of the Jane Goodall Institute.

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