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POUR ILLUSTRER LE PAPIER : 'LA NATURE EST +COMME UN ORCHESTRE QUI PERD SES MUSICIENS UN PAR UN+' - British primatologist and conservationist Jane Goodall poses on June 21, 2010 in Paris, during a visit as part of the International Year of Biodiversity. Goodall's 1960s research on chimpanzees changed perceptions of relations between humans and animals. UN Messenger of Peace since 2002, she also heads a project in the forests of East Africa that aims to combat deforestation by allowing rural dwellers to profit directly from the conservation of their natural environment. AFP PHOTO BERTRAND GUAY (Photo credit should read BERTRAND GUAY/AFP/Getty Images)

POUR ILLUSTRER LE PAPIER : 'LA NATURE EST +COMME UN ORCHESTRE QUI PERD SES MUSICIENS UN PAR UN+' - British primatologist and conservationist Jane Goodall poses on June 21, 2010 in Paris, during a visit as part of the International Year of Biodiversity. Goodall's 1960s research on chimpanzees changed perceptions of relations between humans and animals. UN Messenger of Peace since 2002, she also heads a project in the forests of East Africa that aims to combat deforestation by allowing rural dwellers to profit directly from the conservation of their natural environment. AFP PHOTO BERTRAND GUAY (Photo credit should read BERTRAND GUAY/AFP/Getty Images)