Continuing Progress for Pandas

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Once the poster child for ENDANGERED species, conservation efforts helped bring giant pandas back from the brink. But with less than 2,000 left in the world, it is not out of the woods yet.

For centuries, giant pandas once inhabited southern and eastern China, Vietnam and Myanmar. But habitat loss, reduction in food supplies and human population growth, now limits their range to a few Chinese provinces. While IUCN updated their classification of giant pandas from ENDANGERED to vulnerable, there is still concern for the future of the species, funding is still critically needed.

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