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Miss Goodall and the Wild Chimpanzees (1965) - Wildlife Documentary - A National Geographic Film

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Miss Goodall and the Wild Chimpanzees (1965) - Wildlife Documentary - A National Geographic Film
This documentary explains the experiences of a 26-year-old English girl, Miss Jane Goodall in the remote forests of Gombe, Tanzania, East Africa, where she observed and lived with man’s closest relative, Chimpanzees.

She discusses the theory that the complete understanding of chimpanzees will lead man to a better understanding of himself.

Narrator, Mr. Orson Welles

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