THE Hong Kong Science Museum (香港科學館) has been holding an exhibition about jungle life and the premier ape scientist Jane Goodall since late May. A jungle and its animals were made with paper to teach children both about animals and conservation through many interactive features.
The show, Becoming Jane: Inspiring a Shared Planet (珍古德的叢林啟迪), marks Goodall’s study of primates in the Gombe forest in Tanzania (坦桑尼亞), 59 years ago.
Inside the paper forest, there are many paper animals, including a 3m-tall statue of the chimpanzee Golden at the entrance of the presentation. The exhibition will finish on 2 October and then tour other places, like Australia (澳洲).
(This article is published on Goodies on 17 June 2019)