Itani meets Goodall

In 1960, shortly before Dian Fossey began her research on gorillas, Jun’ichiro Itani encountered Jane Goodall in Tanzania while looking for site at which to conduct research on chimpanzees. Already engaged in chimpanzee fieldwork in the Gombe Forest, Goodall, surprisingly, named individuals, and sometimes used anthropomorphic expressions in describing their behaviors.

■References (Books, papers, Web articles, etc.)
In the Shadow of Man  Jane Goodall Mariner Books; 50th Anniversary of Gombe edition (April 7, 2010)
My Life with the Chimpanzees   Jane Goodall Aladdin; Revised edition (April 1, 1996)
ゴリラとピグミーの森』  伊谷純一郎 (岩波新書、1963)

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