CNN iReporter Chris Morrow interviewed legendary chimpanzee researcher Jane Goodall.
Goodall says we are closer to chimpanzees biologically and behaviorally than any other animal, so learning more about them gives us insights into our evolutionary past.
"We also learn to be a little humble, and realize we are part of, and not separated from, the rest of the animal kingdom," Goodall said.
Maybe we can figure what went wrong in our genetic code, causing some to morph into gop, before their policies have us go extinct.
Go tell it to the Christian Conservatives!
I'd like to hear her have a chat with this moron
humans are closer, genetically, to chimpanzees, than horses are to donkeys....
scary thing is, if you breed a horse with a donkey, you get a Mule...
Don't you people love Chimpanzees?
greart woman ! big heart!
Yes she does. She funded the magnate schools JGEMS (Jane Goodall Environmental Magnate Schools) for middle graders to learn and experience first hand our eco system. An excellent oppurtunity for the children to use what they learn in the class room and then actually put that knowledge to use in an out of classroom environment by collecting Data on our local stream systems and protected lands which in turn that information is also actually used. Our child, I feel, received a better education because of her. His ethusiasm for learning under Janes program earned him Presidential Honor Rolls 2 of the 3 years he attended. Janes love for all Gods creatures runs deep. Thank you Jane.
As a kid, I wanted to be just like her.
Nice piece. Love the story about hiding in the barn to watch the chicken laying eggs.
She is my hero. God bless her for all the hard work she has done for our beautiful creatures.
I've read TMZ articles with more content.
I wouldn't brag about reading TMZ articles....who's the real cretin? Seems it's you.