My Life with the Chimpanzees - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary and Analysis

One day Goodall and Hugo were frightened to discover a lion between them and their Land Rover. It eventually ripped open the cook's tent and they to stop their tent from being ripped open as well. After preparing, they discovered three young male lions in the camp and were able to chase them away.

Goodall's son, Hugo Eric Louis, came to be known as Grub to his family and friends, though there is no real reason why. When he was a little baby, Goodall and Hugo, his father, were studying hyenas in Ngorongoro Crater. They are quite interesting creatures, as they are not merely scavengers and wander around in closely knit social groups. They are territorial as well. Goodall sometimes watched them play games.

When Grub was small, Goodall had to be careful around the chimpanzees, as they are sometimes violent...

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