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"What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others & the world remains & is immortal" - Albert Pine 
This is the perfect quote to describe primatologist Jane Goodall. As a child she always adored animals. It was even said that she went missing for a few hours and was found in the hen house where she wanted to see how the eggs were laid. Her love for animals was carried throughout her life till she made her way from England to Tanzania Africa in 1960. There she started the long-term study of chimpanzees. Back then we didn't know much about them but through her studies we were able to learn how very similar they were to humans. What was so amazing was that she started this study with nothing more than her binoculars and notebook, and within two years the chimpanzees accepted her. Today, Jane’s work revolves around inspiring action on behalf of endangered species, particularly chimpanzees, and encouraging people to do their part to make the world a better place for people, animals, and the environment we all share. That is one of the values we definitely share here at Surya Brasil and Surya Solidarity. We believe all should work towards making the world a better place. We, like Jane, have a love for animals and do our part by rescuing them and working with other partners in the pet adoption process. You can read more about our efforts here. Our you can read more about Jane on the Live Science website or National Geographic.

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