Jane Goodall studied the lifestyle of Chimpanzees and made many different discoveries of animals and their natural behaviors. She is the most well-known expert in Chimpanzees. Goodall was raised and born in London, England. She was born on April 3, 1934 and is currently 83. Since she was a child she had loved animals. Her father gave are a stuffed chimpanzee named jubilee when she was young. It began her interest in studying Chimpanzees ever since. She is a British primatologist, ethologist, anthropologist, and UN Messenger of Peace. This is what started her career and the study of animals. Goodall was most famous for her amazing work with animals and throughout the years she has inspired many people. Her accomplishments has benefited the world in a various amount of reasons. She discovered that Chimpanzees are resourceful, eat and hunt for meat, and are very alike to humans. She worked with Chimpanzees for about fifty years. Jane Goodall once said ,”Every individual matters. Every individual has a role to play. Every individual makes a difference. Only if we understand, will we care. Only if we care, we will help. Only if we help shall all be saved. The least I can do is speak out for those who cannot speak for themselves.” Goodall has one kid, Hugo Eric Louis van Lawick, but not my blood. She got married March 28, 1964. She married a dutch noblemen, Hugo Van Lawick. Her son is currently the age 50 and is still living to this day. Her son was often referred to “Grub” and he was a photographer. Hugo Eric Louis was born in 1967, in Indonesia. He has two sons, Merlin and Angel van Lawick. Goodall got remarried in 1975, to Derek Bryceson. Bryceson was a minister during President Nyerere’s regime. Present day, Jane Goodall is looking forward to her death because she has achieved all of her goals in life and she has nothing else to do. She has lived her life to the fullest and is not ready for her next adventure which is death.