One of the world's most well-regarded primatologists at the time of her death, Dian Fossey developed unprecedented bonds with gorillas while at the same time alienating herself from both supporters and enemies.
Google's homepage Thursday celebrates the 82 birthday of Dian Fossey, the American zoologist who drastically changed scientific and public perceptions of gorillas.
Today Google pays homage to pioneering, though controversial, gorilla researcher Dian Fossey with a Doodle in her honor.
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