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Jane Goodall warns coronavirus was 'inevitable' as humans 'disrespect nature'

It's been 60 years since a young English girl set foot on the shores of an African reserve to study wild chimpanzees.

She had no degree and no experience in the field, but what 26-year-old Jane Goodall discovered changed the way we look at the natural world for ever.

The images of debutante Jane walking barefoot through the Gombe Stream Reserve in Tanzania and grooming, ­tickling and playing with the chimps made her a worldwide star.

And six decades on, Jane is still just as devoted to her conservation work and saving the animals she loves.

Now 86, Jane – now a dame – recalls the moment she was accepted by the chimp community when a primate she named David Greybeard, due to his silver facial hair, first ­approached her.

She says: “The

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It's been 60 years since a young English girl set foot on the shores of an African reserve to study wild chimpanzees.

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