Anne Innis Dagg

Dagg in 2020 Anne Christine Innis Dagg (25 January 1933 – 1 April 2024) was a Canadian zoologist, feminist, and author of numerous books. A pioneer in the study of animal behaviour in the wild, Dagg is credited with being the first person to study wild giraffes. Her impact on current understandings of giraffe biology and behaviour were the focus of the 2011 CBC radio documentary ''Wild Journey: The Anne Innis Story'', the 2018 documentary film ''The Woman Who Loves Giraffes'', and the 2021 children's book ''The Girl Who Loved Giraffes and Became the World's First Giraffologist''.

In addition to her giraffe research, Dagg published extensively about camels, primates, and Canadian wildlife, and she raised concerns about the influence of sociobiology on how zoological research was shared with the general public. She also researched and wrote extensively about gender bias in academia, drawing attention to the detrimental impact that anti-nepotism rules can have on the academic careers of the wives of male faculty members and to sexist academic work environments that fail to support female researchers. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Dagg, Anne Innis
    Published 1977
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    by Dagg, Anne Innis
    Published 2014
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    by Dagg, Anne Innis
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    by Dagg, Anne Innis
    Published 1976
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    by Dagg, Anne Innis
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    by Dagg, Anne Innis, 1933-
    Published 2006
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    by Gauthier-Pilters, Hilde, 1923-
    Published 1981
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