My Life with the Chimpanzees - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary and Analysis

Goodall spent her childhood without a clear idea of what she would do when she grew up. All she knew is that she would go to Africa. But she asks the reader, probably a young adult, if she knows. Grub was studying anthropology at the time she wrote the book but he still isn't sure about what he wants to do. But if the reader wants to work with animals, Goodall is encouraging. She suggests starting to watch animals and take notes on what they see. The reader can ask why, how and what for the animals act as they do. He can also seek out a teacher, along with going on nature walks. Watching a caterpillar turn into a butterfly can be rewarding, along with watching birds make a nest and raising babies. Even the reader's dog can help, as...

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