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CHINA,Dec.30,China.org.cn - China has 394 captive-bred pandas, according to the State Forestry Administration, 32 of which were bred in 2014.

China has been improving panda breeding with a set of triplets born this year, but the group's quality must be improved in 2015.

The triplets were born on July 29 in Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province. They are the longest living set of panda triplets in history and the fourth triplets ever recorded. In all previous instances, at least one of the triplets died.

CHENGDU, Dec.5 - Photos of a wild giant panda wandering with its cub were captured in a nature reserve in southwest China's Sichuan Province. The photos were captured by infrared cameras installed in Wujiao Nature Reserve under the forestry bureau of Jiuzhaigou County. It is the third time that an adult giant panda has been photographed in the area this year, but it is the first time one was spotted walking with a cub.

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OSAKA, Dec. 3, Xinhua - A giant panda at a zoo in western Japan has given birth to healthy twin cubs, local media reported.

The mother panda, named Rauhin, went into labor Tuesday afternoon at Adventure World, a theme park in Shirahama, Wakayama Prefecture. She gave birth to the first cub at 8:31 p.m. local time, and the second at 11:33 p.m. local time. Both cubs are female, each weighing about 180 grams and measuring 20 centimeters.

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GUANGZHOU, Nov.5,China.org.cn - The world's first surviving giant panda triplets are now on display to the public, 100 days after they were born at the Chimelong Safari Park in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou.

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The world's first surviving giant panda triplets are now on display to the public. [Photo/The Chimelong Safari Park]

BEIJING – The forest authorities have established 64 nature reserves for giant pandas in Sichuan, Shaanxi and Gansu provinces, covering more than 3.4 million hectares of land and bringing 60 percent of giant panda habitat and more than 70 percent of wild giant pandas under the umbrella of effective protection.

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