Chinese scientists achieved success in breeding panda triplets after tackling such hard-nut difficulties in oestrus, conception and cub survival. On July 29, 2014, under joint efforts of the Giant Panda Protection and Research Center of China and Chimelong Safari Park, panda “Xiaoju” gave birth to cubs at Chimelong Safari Park, and all of them were survived, which set a new record in the history of artificial breeding of pandas.


Source: Top 10 of China’s wildlife conservation in 2014, provided by Department of Wildlife Conservation and Nature Reserve Management of SFA, March 19, 2015.

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