I like this National Geographic documentary on Jane Goodall. It shows her excited to be living outdoors with animals, unafraid, observing wildlife behavior in the field. She climbs trees, gets the chimpanzee group used to her, discovers they make tools ( blades of grass to gather ants from anthills), observes their mating, birth , and raising of young chimps. She develops friendships with them. She raises her son in the wild with them. She and her filmmaker husband Hugo are also shown with many striking scenes of the Serengetti – lions and cape buffalo, lions and zebras, birds, hippos, elephants, caterpillars,….