Jane's Journey

Jane's Journey
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Richard

I've never had more respect for anyone. I learned so much more about Jane Goodall from watching this film.

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Andrea

Such a vibrant, tireless, humble, and passionate woman. Jane Goodall is the epitome of what every human being strives to be. Her hand and voice have touched so many around the world. And to think, it all started with a young girl who hadn't gone to college and wanted to study animals.

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