St. Louis Public Radio News
3:01 am
Tue March 24, 2009

Jane Goodall part of St. Louis Speaker Series

St. Louis, MO – World renowned primatologist and naturalist Jane Goodall is most famous for her 45-year study of Chimpanzee social interaction and behavior.

Goodall is in St. Louis tonight as part of Maryville University's St. Louis Speaker series.

She spoke with KWMU's Adam Allington about how her first trip to Africa with the Leaky archeology team in 1960 did not prepare her for a traditional career in science.