Rhetorical Analysis On Jane Goodall

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Jane felt such an attachment to chimpanzees, and was called a humanitarian because she had been interested in wild animals since she was a little girl, and after she had finished her time in the wild, she became an advocate for environmental protection in order to help save the people and wildlife living in the world. I know this because the article states that Jane’s dream as a kid “was to spend time with animals in the wild” and to see “wild animals in their native habitat.” The passage also expresses that Goodall speaks frequently, “encouraging people to do what they can to create a better world.” This shows that Jane’s healthy obsession with studying animals, especially Chimps, had roots down to her very early ages. It also shows that Jane

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