In the Shadow of Man - Chapter 11, The Growth of the Research Center, Chapter 12, The Infant Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11, The Growth of the Research Center, Chapter 12, The Infant Summary and Analysis

Nine years after Goodall started observing chimps, she established the Gombe Stream Research Center that would be staffed by ten or more students studying the behavior of chimpanzees, baboons and red colobus monkeys. Edna Koning was Goodall's first research assistant. Edna helped Goodall continued her research while Jane worked through the analysis for her PhD. They began to study chimpanzee dung to see what their diet was. Hugo also had his own work, doing the accounts for both for the National Geographic Society, and he had to organize films and keep his photographic equipment together. Vanne even came to visit to help.

New chimpanzees began to join regulars at the feeding station and there were also new babies. The center brought on Sonia...

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