Gombe Stream National Park in Tanzania is the smallest of that country's national parks and was formed in 1968 to give protection to 150 chimpanzees that lived there, made famous by the primatologist Jane Goodall. Researchers have been studying the chimpanzee population there for many years, and have gained valuable insights into the behavior of our closest nonhuman relatives. In addition to chimpanzees, primates in the park include vervet and colobus monkeys and baboons. Other wildlife in the park include forest pigs, small antelopes and many species of birds.
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