КАФЕДРА АНГЛІЙСЬКОЇ І НІМЕЦЬКОЇ ФІЛОЛОГІЇ ТА ПЕРЕКЛАДУ ІМЕНІ ПРОФЕСОРА І.В. КОРУНЦЯ

This Captive-Born Panda Just Made a Breakthrough in the Wild | National Geographic

This Captive-Born Panda Just Made a Breakthrough in the Wild | National Geographic

See a giant panda in China that has made a major breakthrough in the preservation of her species.
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Zhang Xiang, a captive-bred female giant panda, was released in the wild in 2013. She has been observed moving to a population in a neighboring region. This marks the first time a captive-bred panda has moved from one population to another. It’s hoped that she will mate with one of the wild pandas from the local population, a goal of China’s release program. Since 2003, China has trained and released seven giant pandas into the wild, two have died.

Click here to read more about Zhang Xiang.
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/04/giant-pandas-china-video-reintroduction/

Watch a video about the complications of raising cute pandas.

Read more about China’s giant panda release program.
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2016/08/giant-pandas-wild-animals-national-parks/

This Captive-Born Panda Just Made a Breakthrough in the Wild | National Geographic

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