CHINA, Mar.1, China.org.cn - Giant pandas, considered a 'national treasure' in China, are extremely endangered. As the only country home to giant pandas, China began to protect them in the 1960s. How many of them are left? A new national survey sheds some light on the question.
The survey showed that by the end of 2013, the population of wild giant pandas across the country reached 1864, an increase of 16.8% percent from the last survey ten years ago.
Do all giant pandas live in zoos?
The answer is no, more and more are being detected in the wild.Read more ...