In the Shadow of Man - Chapter 3, First Observations, Chapter 4, Camp Life Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, First Observations, Chapter 4, Camp Life Summary and Analysis

Goodall and Vanne, her companion, got sick with malaria about three months into their stay; they were sick for two weeks and were lucky to have survived. Their cook, Dominic, was good to them. After Goodall felt better, she wanted to start working again, as she felt she had learned nothing after three months. On her next excursion, she saw some chimpanzees in a fight; she had had an exhilarating day, and it was a turning point for her work. Due to fig maturation, she saw chimps quite often and they stopped fearing her so much.

Goodall found an excellent hill top to watch the chimps, which she called the Peak, and she could sometimes camp out there. After a month going back and forth between the Peak, she was able...

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