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SYDNEY, July 22, Xinhua - Scientists have made an important step toward explaining why China's iconic giant panda is such an obsessive eater - munching up to 15 kg of bamboo varieties everyday - with collaborators from the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and the University of Sydney, and it's all part of the panda plan.

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TORONTO, July 21, Xinhua - Toronto's giant pandas on loan from China are back in the spotlight after the zoo announced on Monday its plans for a fundraising gala to help protect the species.

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BEIJING, July 7, Xinhuanet - Performances by young children will always bring out the best in a community, and the sight of a young panda cub is surely to bring out the best of theirs as well. Yuan Zai, the first Taiwan-born panda, is enjoying her first birthday cake, as she celebrates her first birthday at the Taipei City Zoo. Thousands braved the summer heat on Sunday to celebrate Yuan Zai's big day. Already star attraction; hundreds of thousands of visitors have come to see the cub in just six months.

7.8 First Taiwan born panda Yuan Zai celebrates first birthday 1

Yuan Zai, the first Taiwan-born panda, is enjoying her first birthday cake, as she celebrates her first birthday at the Taipei City Zoo. (Source: CNTV.cn)

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SHENGYANG, July 7, Xinhua - Panda figures are displayed during the open-air show "1st Panda" in Shenyang, capital of northeast China's Liaoning Province, July 7, 2014.

7.7 1st Panda show held in Shenyang to promote environmental awareness

A hundred panda figures made from bamboo scraps are shown during the event, which aims at promoting environmental awareness. (Xinhua/Yao Jianfeng)

CHENGDU, June 30, Xinhua - A wild panda found dead at a nature reserve in southwest China's Sichuan Province last Friday died of an intracranial hemorrhage after a fall about a week ago, an autopsy confirmed on Monday.

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