Location in Tanzania on Lake Tanganyika where a field research site
was established by Jane Goodall in 1960; inhabited by common chimpanzees
(Pan troglodytes) and red colobus monkeys
(Piliocolobus badius), the site
has been a fertile research center
utilized by several generations
of field primatologists
, including Goodall, T. H. Clutton-Brock, G. Teleki, P. W. Marler, L. T. Nash, B. B. Smuts, J. B. Silk, R. W. Wrangham, C.
B. Stanford, R. Jurmain, L. Kilgore, M. E. Morbeck, K. Morris, and D. Riss.