Discovering Tanzania’s chimpanzees
Scientist Jane Goodall landed in Tanzania’s Gombe Stream National Park in 1960 and spent years living among and observing the park’s chimpanzees. The research program she founded upon arriving is still in operation, making it the longest running study of wild animals in the world. Here, Goodall observes a group of chimps grooming each other. (Hugo Van Lawick/National Geographic Stock)
... a necessarily social "hominid" primate: chimpanzee...!
... it is believed to high certainty, that chimps are the few animal with "complete color vision" as humans...!
...other animals, birds, horses, feline's see only in "black and white grey tones" , or to some uni-color levels...!
... animals do show psychological sufferings...!
...i hope Jane has her human mate with her ...!