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I have been taking my LEGO Ideas Project around schools and letting kids try playing with it, talking about Jane Goodall and having them give me advice. A big thing I noticed was the tree was engineered too delicately for proper play, so I have had another try at building it with playability and strength in mind. It is much stronger and I have added a Technic tree limb anchored with non-friction pins so it can move but is stays where you pose it. Take a look & any feedback is welcome!
New Jane Documentary filled with footage of her original camp!
So a film is simply named "Jane" has been released in some areas of the world in late October! I have not yet been about The October issue of National Geographic Magazine also had a cover issue with an article about the same topics of the film. I have read the magazine (I picked up a Chinese version too). I haven't been able to see the film yet as it not yet released in Hong Kong, where I live.
The big focus of the film is from what I understand putting together old & unpublished footage from the 1960's of Jane Goodall and her work! So in relation to this set - I think it could be tailored even more to match the reality of how Jane's camp and her research camped looked and functioned. I will see (and buy) the film when I can and think about how this set could be improved.
This is very exciting for me and I hope with that fans of Dr. Jane Goodall will support and vote for this project.