Too "Chimpanzee-Specific"?

Tuesday, January 12, 2010 - 12:48pm

Jane's message really travels. In the Jane Goodall Institute offices we receive emails from people around the world who are inspired by Jane's work. A few months ago, we received an original cartoon by an artist in India named Harsha Nagaraju. Harsha, a Jane fan, was motivated to draw the cartoon after seeing several TV shows about Jane. He wanted to point out that Jane's research is about chimpanzees, while having a little fun too!

This cartoon was created by Harsha Nagaraju, an animation film designer from India. Jane loved the cartoon when she saw it.

Have you created artworks inspired by Jane? Be sure to email them to John in the Office of the Founder-Global. and you may see them featured on the Where in the World is Dr. Jane? blog! 


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