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Why Giant Pandas are Endangered

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Sydny Poeck

on 13 May 2016

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What They are Doing
World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is an international organization working in the field of the wilderness preservation. Them and the Chinese government are trying to preserve as many giant pandas as possible. Sadly, the preserves only protect around 61% of the population of the giant panda. Only 1,864 of these creatures live in the wild today.
Fun Facts
1,864 in the wild
Scientific Name:
Ailuropoda melanoleuca
Adults can grow to more than four feet.
220–330 pounds
Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests of southwest China
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