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“I think it was very, very important because always I was watching and making notes and seeing the spiders carrying eggs and then babies on their backs, and watching caterpillars turn into butterflies, and, you know, watching a little plant grow—all those things were really important for me.”

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source: on how important free and open-ended time spent outdoors as a child was to becoming a scientist, “Jane Goodall, Illustrated,” The New York Times, May 13, 2011.

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