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Finally some good news! China says giant pandas are no longer endangered
by Sharon Pruitt-Young
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10 July 2021
On 10 July 2021 NPR (National Public Radio) reported:
Chinese conservation officials have announced that they no longer consider giant pandas in China an endangered species. ...There are now 1,800 giant pandas living in the wild, a number that officials credit to the country's devotion to maintaining nature reserves and other conservation initiatives in recent years. As a result, other species have also flourished: Siberian tigers, Asian elephants, and crested ibises have all seen a gradual increase in population numbers, according China's state-run news agency Xinhua.
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