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Renowned environmentalist Dr. Jane Goodall, pictured above, has a full schedule in Winnipeg later this month. The world's foremost expert on chimpanzees will deliver a public lecture at Winnipeg's 2,300-seat Centennial Concert Hall on June 28, and will then unveil two new exhibits the next day: Discovering Chimpanzees - The Amazing World of Jane Goodall; and the Manitoba Museum's own companion exhibit Living on the Edge: Manitoba's Threatened Species.

Discovering Chimpanzees, a 6,000-square-foot exhibit created by Science North in Sudbury, Ont., showcases Goodall's work and lets visitors explore a recreated chimp forest and Goodall's research tent. Living on the Edge, meanwhile, examines the effects of human activity on threatened animal populations in Manitoba.

For more information, visit ticketmaster.ca or janegoodall.ca.

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