Probably no one knows chimpanzees better than Jane Goodall. She lived with them in the African Forest for over thirty years! Come visit Jane in Tanzania and meet some amazing human like chimps; there's dignified David Graybeard, who dives into Jane's box of bananas, and Grandma Flo who shows Jane how a chimp cares for her babies. You'll see chimps battling it out to be leader of the pack and watch a clever baby chimp scoop up fresh termites with a stem of grass. Watch Jane talk "chimp speak" and see how everyday brings new surprises in My Life With Chimpanzees.
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