Women in Zoology: Anne Innis Dagg (1933-Present)
World Girraffe Day
Anne Innis Dagg (1933-present)
"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.