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Giant pandas no longer endangered in the wild but still vulnerable, China announces


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Giant pandas are no longer endangered in the wild, but they are still vulnerable with a population outside captivity of 1,800, Chinese officials have said after years of conservation efforts.

The head of the environment ministry’s department of nature and ecology conservation, Cui Shuhong, said the reclassification was the result of “improved living conditions and China’s efforts in keeping their habitats integrated”.

He said the announcement reflected China’s national efforts to preserve biodiversity in recent years. The authorities have worked to expand giant pandas’ habitats and replanted bamboo forests to feed them.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/jul/09/giant-pandas-no-longer-endangered-in-the-wild-china-announces

https://news.sky.com/story/giant-pandas-no-longer-endangered-but-still-vulnerable-china-says-12352112

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  • The title was changed to Giant pandas no longer endangered in the wild but still vulnerable, China announces
 

I don’t trust China. And 1,800 isn’t many…

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Tally-Ho!!!! looks like panda's back on the menu

 

(kidding of course)

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On 7/9/2021 at 9:18 PM, Timothy said:

I don’t trust China. And 1,800 isn’t many…

Right? 1800 still sounds endangered... 

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