National Geographic : 2017 Oct
19571958195919601961196219631964 1965 1966 1967 1968 196919701971197219731974197519761977 Valerie Jane Morris-Goodall born April 3, 1934 London, England Hugo Arndt Rodolf Baron van Lawick born April 10, 1937 Surabaya, Indonesia A chimpanzee named Flo nibbles termites from a blade of grass. Hugo and Jane feeding Grub in the Serengeti, 1968 JASON TREAT, NGM STAFF; MEG ROOSEVELT ART: JOE MCKENDRY SOURCES: JANE GOODALL INSTITUTE; NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY My Friends, the Wild Chimpanzees Book by Jane Photographs by Hugo In the Shadow of Man Book by Jane Photographs by Hugo Solo: The Story of an African Wild Dog Book by Hugo Editing by Jane Photographs by Hugo The Wild Dogs of Africa Movie by Jane and Hugo Hugo dies on June 2, 2002 Dar es Salaam, Tanzania Innocent Killers Book by Jane and Hugo Photographs by Hugo Grub the Bush Baby Book by Jane Photographs by Hugo ‘Tool-Using Bird: Egyptian Vulture Opens Ostrich Eggs’ Article by Jane and Hugo Photographs by Hugo Jane joins the faculty at Stanford University and starts the Stanford Outdoor Primate Facility. Gombe Research Center becomes independent of National Geographic. Four researchers from Gombe are kidnapped by rebels from Zaire (modern Democratic Republic of the Congo), then freed 40 days later. The Jane Goodall Institute, devoted to wildlife conservation, is established. Its work continues today. Jane and Hugo divorce. Louis Leakey dies. Jane and Hugo become estranged. Hugo Eric Louis, affectionately known as Grub, is born in Nairobi, Kenya. Gombe Stream Game Reserve becomes Gombe National Park.