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Jane Goodall Apologizes For Lifted Passages In Her Upcoming Book

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World-famous primatologist Jane Goodall has admitted to plagiarizing several passages in her upcoming book, Seeds of Hope. It's not yet clear if Goodall or her co-author Gail Hudson is responsible for the lifted passages.
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