National Geographic : 1963 Jan
Scientist Feeds Bananas to a Hungry Chimp Accepted by the great apes as a strange sort of monkey, Jane (;oodall gathers data on chimpanzee life in the wild. On field trips in Tan ganvika, she often sits mo tionless for hours observing her charges. She reports that chimps sometimes eat game as well as vegetation. Once she was struck by an angry male ape. Miss Good all, whose work is sponsored by your Society, will report her findings in a future is sue of the Magazine. . EKTA(HOME BY HUO VAN SAWI(K r. NG.S. Unlidded eyes staring, a rainbow parrot fish sleeps in the night unaware of a diver's hands. W. A. Starck II investigates Florida reef life for the University of Miami Marine Lab oratory; your Society supports the study. Wired to beep, a grizzly lies immobilized while Frank Craighead (right) and Maurice Hornock er adjust a plastic collar fitted with a radio transmitter. Receivers like that near the bear's flank will catch the beep and report on the beast's range and movements. Frank and his brother John, assisted by the Society, seek knowledge that may save the Na 8 tion's few remaining grizzlies.