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Dame Jane Goodall is the world-renowned conservationist, primatologist, ethologist, author and UN Messenger of Peace. In the 1960s, she made history, through her groundbreaking study on the chimpanzees of the Gombe, in Tanzania, that forever altered the accepted definition of humanity. At 83, she still pursues a relentless schedule of international travel, raising awareness about a broad range of environmental concerns. She's on a speaking tour of New Zealand, and talks to Kathryn Ryan about what makes her keep going.