I’m Jane Goodall, otherwise known as dr. Jane Goodall, and I’m here to talk about the importance of Earth Day and the __________ (1) of message I would like to give to the citizens of the world.
I think I was born loving animals. My childhood really __________ (2) animals, animals, animals.
There was one moment __________ (3) I was in Gombe national park and it __________ (4) to pour with rain, and then the rain stopped. And I __________ (5) smell the smell of the wet hair on the chimpanzees and I could hear the insects singing loudly and I just felt aboslutely __________ (6) one. And it was a sense of awe and wonder.
Out in the rainforest you learn __________ (7) everything is interconnected; and each little living species, even though it may seem insignificant, has a __________ (8) to play in this tapestry of life.
What better day than Earth’s Day to really __________ (9) a determined effort to live lives in better harmony with nature. Every single individual matters. Every single individual makes some impact on the planet every single day. And we have a choice as to what kind of difference we’re __________ (10) to make.