November 9, 2017

Jane Goodall Movie

A movie on the life of Jane Goodall is coming to theaters near you!

One of the great champions of the nature world, Jane Goodall left England at 26-years old to study human beings closest relative, the chimpanzee. Setting up a camp in the Gombe Forest of Tanzania, equipped with little more than a notebook and binoculars, Jane began studying chimpanzees in their native habitat. Soon after, she became famous around the world for her work. Today, at 83-years of age, Jane remains a strong voice for the protection of endangered species and the environment.

One of the original inspirations for Travels with Gannon & Wyatt, Jane Goodall is wonderful role model for youngsters who are curious about wildlife and the environment. Her life’s work is an example of how one dedicated person can truly help make the world a better place. Let’s face it, today we need more people just like her. Our hope is that this film will inspire more young people to stand up and help protect the natural world. Because who knows, the world’s next great environmental hero might just be you!

Be sure to watch the trailer and CLICK HERE to find a showtime near you.

To learn more about Jane Goodall visit the Jane Goodall Institute.

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