Picture of a Giant panda Sichuan China Wild Panda Population Up Dramatically in China, Government Says

A giant panda is seen in China's Sichuan Province. Photograph by Steve Bloom Images, Alamy - Wild Panda Population Up In China, Government Says - National Geographic News

Giant Panda Population - The latest survey by China’s State Forestry Administration shows that wild giant pandas are making a comeback in the country.

Wild giant panda population increases in China

A research team, led by Institute of Zoology of Chinese Academy of Sciences and BGI, has successfully reconstructed a continuous population history of the giant panda from its origin to the present. The findings suggested whereas global changes in climate were the primary drivers in panda population fluctuation for millions of years, human activities were likely to underlie recent population divergence and serious decline.

Scientists discover evidence of giant panda's population history and local adaptation

Giant panda populations are finally recovering thanks to the efforts of conservationists and animal welfare activists who worked hard to petition the Chinese government to protect this fragile species. Sign to thank the agency that listened to the people.

Giant panda populations are finally recovering thanks to the efforts of conservationists and animal welfare activists who worked hard to petition the Chinese government to protect this fragile species. Sign to thank the agency that listened to the people.

China's wild panda population up nearly 17 percent - Yahoo News

China's wild panda population up nearly 17 percent

China& wild panda population up nearly 17 percent - Yahoo News

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China’s growing panda population is fragmenting, and that’s a problem - The Washington Post

China’s growing panda population is fragmenting, and that’s a problem

The Giant Panda is the rarest member of the bear family. Pandas live in the bamboo forests high in the mountains of western China. They subsist almost entirely on bamboo. They play a crucial role in the bamboo forests by spreading seeds and fostering the growth of vegetation, but because the Panda's habitat is at the heart of the geographic & economic center of China, it is critically endangered. Roads & railroads increasingly fragment it, isolating panda population, making mating difficult.

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The Giant Panda is the rarest member of the bear family. Pandas live in the bamboo forests high in the mountains of western China. They subsist almost entirely on bamboo. Pandas play a crucial role in the bamboo forests by spreading seeds and fostering 8

Born to be Wild ~ Only about 1,590 giant pandas remain in the wild - distributed among a few mountain ranges in Central China. Because the giant panda, an endangered species, is among the world's rarest animals, the Chinese government has established more than 50 panda reserves. Nevertheless, only about 61 percent of China's surviving panda population is protected in these reserves.

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