FREE Gombe 60 Coloring Book Pages
Get Your Very Own Pages of the 'Colors of Gombe'
Explore 60 years of discovery in Gombe, Tanzania by coloring these pages with all the wonder of your imagination!
In July of 1960, a young woman arrived on the shores of Lake Tanganyika, Tanzania. Without realizing it, she would soon change the world forever. Jane Goodall, at age 26, became the first to formally observe chimpanzees in the wild, and her discoveries changed the way we understand our closest living relatives and ourselves. In this one-of-a-kind 60th anniversary coloring book, you'll explore Gombe with Jane from 1960 to today.
Over the last six decades, Dr. Goodall and the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) have established and maintained the longest running study of wild chimpanzees in the world. These discoveries continue to shape our knowledge of great apes, human evolution, health, ecology and so much more. Get to know Jane's story and explore the amazing world of Gombe by adding all of the vibrant colors you can imagine to the pages of this book!
Get started by downloading some of these FREE coloring book pages from the 'Colors of Gombe'. You'll find stunning images illustrated by one of JGI's incredible staff of our Tchimpounga chimpanzee sanctuary in the Republic of the Congo, Fernando Turmo. These pages take you on a journey from Jane's early days to today. Don't wait, explore today!
If you'd like the complete coloring book, please visit our eStore here. When you purchase this item, you'll be directly supporting the Jane Goodall Institute in our efforts to grow understanding of and protect chimpanzees, other species and their habitats, demand ethical treatment for all animals, as well as to grow the next generation of compassionate young people through JGI's youth program Roots & Shoots.
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