Welcome to GombeHere you can take a journey with both researchers and chimpanzees to discover what a day in the life of a Gombe chimpanzee looks like and what it takes for researchers to follow and take note of their behavior. Researchers at Duke University work together with the Jane Goodall Institute to monitor, record, archive and analyze the lives of the approximately 100 chimpanzees who call Gombe National Park home. Read More
Researcher Blog Posts
November 25, 2013 |
Female chimpanzees are something of an enigma. In an earlier post, I explained that overt aggression is rare. ...
November 10, 2013 |
Bees are a particularly nasty hazard here at Gombe. The chimpanzees will go after their honeycombs, prompting a...
Chimpanzees have given me so much. The long hours spent with them in the forest have enriched my life beyond measure. What I have learned from them has shaped my understanding of human behavior, of our place in nature. Jane Goodall