"We get to choose what impact we make on the planet" : Dr Jane Goodall : Part 2

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As we mark World Wildlife Day, Dr Jane Goodall has told HOT1027 that we must never underestimate our impact on planet and our ability to make a difference.

Dame Goodall is in the country ahead of her 90th birthday.

She popped into Hot House on her way to her chimpanzee sanctuary near Nelspruit.

HOT1027’s Tara Penny reports …
3 Mar English South Africa Entertainment News · Documentary

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