Jane Goodall's Young Crush on Tarzan and the Childhood House She Still Calls Home

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Jane Goodall's Young Crush on Tarzan and the Childhood House She Still Calls Home

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Jane Goodall, 83, is an ethologist and conservationist known for her research of wild chimpanzees in Tanzania. She is the founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and the subject of “Jane,” a new documentary film directed by Brett Morgen. She spoke with Marc Myers.

In 1940, when I was 6, my mother saved my life. She and her friend, along with four of us children, were staying at a bed-and-breakfast near Poole, on England’s southern coast. Lunch was available at noon, and if you missed it, you didn’t eat at all.

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