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Jane Goodall

Dr. Jane Goodall with Gino Acevedo and the limited edition fundraiser "Hand-in-Hand" Life Cast

2017 marks the global 40th Anniversary of the Jane Goodall Institute. While on her June/July 2017 Australasia tour "Tomorrow & Beyond," Dr. Goodall officially launched the Jane Goodall Institute New Zealand. She engaged with New Zealanders about her pioneering research, current threats facing the planet, her reasons for hope in these complex times, and the ways in which each of us can make a difference.

In addition to launching the Jane Goodall Institute New Zealand, Dr. Goodall undertook a series of public lectures, participated in events focused on the New Zealand based Roots and Shoots program, and had a lifecast made of her face. On June 28th Dr. Goodall gave a cross-party parliamentary address, and was presented with an award for her lifelong work.

Pictured: Dr. Jane Goodall and Gino Acevedo of Weta Digital, who made the lifecast of Dr. Goodall’s face, seen here holding the limited-edition lifecast sculpture "Hand-in-Hand," which was designed by Mr. Acevedo – and produced by Bone Clones® – for the purpose of fundraising for the Jane Goodall Institute.

Mystery Bone Box

Perfect for educational exploration in science and art, and geared toward k-12 education, our Mystery Bone Boxes contain a miscellaneous collection of seconds: less than perfect specimens that may be un-tooled, partially painted, or discontinued. The objects included are randomly chosen, packed and sealed beforehand. They will differ in size and shape, and may include teeth, claws, eggs, human or zoological long bones, cranial parts, postcranial parts, etc.

Pictured: Four examples of this product. Each is unique, no two are alike.

Mystery Bone Box

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