Wow!! Well deserved!!
This video is called Jane Goodall: A Retrospective.
Translated from the botanical garden in Leiden, the Netherlands:
Friday, October 3, 2014 10:10
Scientists of Naturalis Biodiversity Center and Hortus Botanicus Leiden have named an orchid that was discovered in 2003 during a collecting trip in Papua New Guinea by dr. EF de Vogel and Art Vogel after Jane Goodall: Dendrobium goodallianum.
The orchid blooms only one day and smells like coconut. Once the orchid blooms, it will be displayed behind glass to the public.
Currently Jane Goodall is in the top ten of the most influential women in the world. She is United Nations peace ambassador and travels the world 300 days a year to fight for the future of our endangered planet. The orchid was named after her because of her constant commitment to the preservation of biodiversity and her outstanding work in conservation.
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