In July of 1960, Jane Goodall went into the wilderness in Tanzania to study chimpanzees. For years she camped out with the chimps, observing their behavior and making amazing discoveries about these incredible creatures. Jane had always been fascinated by animals and knew that she wanted to make learning more about them her life’s work. This title, one in a series perfect for readers who have loved the Who Was? biographies and are ready for a more challenging read, highlights the life of one of science’s premier trailblazers.