Jane Goodall
Jane Goodall is best known for her study of the chimpanzees, family- and social life. She began her study in 1960, of the Kasakela Chimpanzee Community, at Gombe Stream National Park. Her major break through in her study was the discovery of tool making chimps. Only humans were thought to make tools. The general perception at that time was that tool making was considered the defining difference between humans and animals. This discovery made by Jane Goodall, convinced the scientist to reconsider the definition of human beings.
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