Women in Zoology: Anne Innis Dagg (1933-Present)

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World Girraffe Day

Anne Innis Dagg (1933-present)

feminist biologist/zoologist

"In the 1950s, she would become the first scientist to study these creatures in the wild, but also the first person to study animal behaviour in the wild in Africa." (pre-Goodal et al) Innis Dagg was to become for giraffes what Goodall has become for chimps — a groundbreaking researcher and champion for their conservation.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/anne-innis-dagg-giraffes-1.3303891

Michelle Barboza