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Can the Giant Panda be Saved?

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Habitat loss and slow natural reproduction have landed pandas on the endangered list. At China’s Wolong Nature Reserve, scientists oversee an innovative captive breeding program that uses artificial insemination to attempt to increase panda populations faster. However, a major earthquake in 2008 destroyed the panda’s habitat and cut off their food, threatening the breeding season. Wild Chronicles reports from China on the state of the panda. Photo Credit: RickWeiss via Flickr.

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3:04PM PST on Dec 14, 2012

Heartbreaking news.

3:02PM PST on Dec 14, 2012

Heartbreaking news.

2:23PM PDT on Apr 9, 2012

I agree with Carolyn. There are already too many highways in the world. Habitat must be protected.

3:57PM PDT on Apr 7, 2012

I hope the Chinese government realizes what a rare and precious resource these Pandas are and help protect the their habitat and re-evaluate their government's environmental programs for the benefit of the Panda's and all of the people of China!

8:05AM PDT on Apr 7, 2012

Thank you for sharing.

6:06PM PDT on Apr 5, 2012

hope we can save the beautiful Panda....

1:50AM PDT on Apr 5, 2012

Saving Panda is also challenges as other endanger ones however, we must try until the last one.

1:58PM PDT on Apr 4, 2012

It's such a pity, humans are destroying everything...

1:51PM PDT on Apr 4, 2012

Earthquake didn't help things but I think it has more to do with building highways right through the middle of panda habitat. instead of bringing the two (truly beautiful and precious) pandas to Scotland and all patting themselves on the back for some pretentious political move, the Chinese should be saving the habitat first. ,

5:48AM PDT on Apr 4, 2012


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