Dian Fossey with gorillas.  Pioneer in the field and was one of the first scientists to recognize that animals "had feelings".

Dian Fossey with gorillas. Pioneer in the field and was one of the first scientists to recognize that animals "had feelings".

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Dian Fossey,1932-1985, with Kima. American zoologist, She was a leading authority on mountain gorillas in Africa. She lost her life protecting something she loved...

Dian Fossey,1932-1985, with Kima. American zoologist, She was a leading authority on mountain gorillas in Africa. She lost her life protecting something she loved...

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Dian Fossey is remembered throughout the world for her heroic struggle to preserve, protect and study the mountain gorilla. She founded the Digit Fund (later renamed the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International)

Dian Fossey is remembered throughout the world for her heroic struggle to preserve, protect and study the mountain gorilla. She founded the Digit Fund (later renamed the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International)

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Dian Fossey - my gorilla top women  - love her and all she did and inspired
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Dian Fossey spent 18 tempestuous years (1967-85) studying endangered mountain gorillas in Rwanda's Virunga Volcanoes. She was also devoted to their care and protection. Though it came at the cost of her life-she was eventually murdered, probably by poachers, on whom she had waged a relentless war-Fossey awakened the world to the plight of these gentle creatures.

Dian Fossey spent 18 tempestuous years (1967-85) studying endangered mountain gorillas in Rwanda's Virunga Volcanoes. She was also devoted to their care and protection. Though it came at the cost of her life-she was eventually murdered, probably by poachers, on whom she had waged a relentless war-Fossey awakened the world to the plight of these gentle creatures.

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dian fossey - Recherche Google

dian fossey - Recherche Google

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Dian Fossey lived in Rwanda for 18 years studying the lowland gorilla in its natural habitat. She approached and befriended a colony of gorillas, gaining their trust over time, and was even accepted as a member of their group. Over the years, Fossey wrote about her relationship with the gorillas, which led to the supporting of her work through the Digit Fund (named after her favorite juvenile gorilla), which later grew into the organization The Gorilla Fund.

Dian Fossey lived in Rwanda for 18 years studying the lowland gorilla in its natural habitat. She approached and befriended a colony of gorillas, gaining their trust over time, and was even accepted as a member of their group. Over the years, Fossey wrote about her relationship with the gorillas, which led to the supporting of her work through the Digit Fund (named after her favorite juvenile gorilla), which later grew into the organization The Gorilla Fund.

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"When you realize the value of all life, you dwell less on what is past and concentrate on the preservation of the future." Dr. Dian Fossey

"When you realize the value of all life, you dwell less on what is past and concentrate on the preservation of the future." Dr. Dian Fossey

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