Two research bases are playing competing concepts for how to finest acclimate pandas born in captivity to the wild. One is using a urine-scented panda suit. See the full report on pandas here: cbsn.ws/2WgCPUY
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We could return all the Pandas back to the Chinese so we don’t have to hold paying them a royalty feed. I wonder if the Chinese pay the Africans a royalty feed for the rhinos?
Pandas are the most useless animal to conserve in the planet.
There are fewer things more noble than wildlife preservation. Many of us have no concept how hard it is for these animals to survive. Doesn't support that many of their obstacles are lad-made troubles based upon environmental mismanagement of our planet.
Pandas are our pals.
Very glad to hear that the panda preservation efforts will support another species
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