Have a look: samples of Jane's insect photos

Friday, June 11, 2010 - 4:41pm

Since Jane is on a perpetual global speaking tour and traveling more than 300 days per year, she gets to places few of us have seen. Jane loves taking photos and thought you would enjoy seeing some of her more unusual snapshots.

Here are a collection of insect photos she has taken over the last year -- mostly in Africa. We promise to highlight more behind-the-scenes photos by Jane in weeks to come on the Where in the World is Dr. Jane? blog! Let us know what you think of the photos by sending an email to jtrybus@janegoodall.org

You can also read the remarkable story about another insect, the endangered American Burying Beetle, in Jane's newest book, Hope for Animals and Their World. The American Burying Beetle is fascinating for many reasons, including the fact that both male and female play a role in parenting the offspring! You can purchase a copy of the book in the JGI store.

 Photos by Jane Goodall

Text by John Trybus (JGI)


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