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Panda

Informal for any trade with China, especially involving foreign exchange.

panda

A gold coin minted in the People's Republic of China.
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drug manufacturers, Pandas International will deliver over 1,000 vaccines to protect pandas in the areas most impacted by the disease.
Chengdu Panda Base possesses a unique and uncompromising commitment to the conservation of the wild (in situ) population and the healthy growth of the captive (ex situ) population.
At the Chengdu park, there are around 80 giant pandas.
The 108 pandas represent the number of pandas currently living at the world-renowned breeding and research base.
Baishuijiang Nature Reserve, a 220,000-hectare area covered with dense mountain forests in south Gansu, is known as one of the largest habitats for wild pandas.
70 for a family ticket at the capital zoo 40lb of bamboo is eaten pandas every day various on has really 220-250lb The weight of an average panda 16 tourists in hours a panda spends each day feeding 18 1978, and months that a cub spends in with its mum 99 Allan taken the at sadly percent of a panda's diet is made up of bamboo.
The final figure is then based on estimates of how much poo is produced by one panda.
As panda habitats diminish and splinter, the bears end up more isolated from each other, making breeding even more of a challenge.
Pandas possess all the requisite genes for digesting meat, but none of the genes required for digesting bamboo, the researchers say.
We're going to thank all the military folks here for their service,'' said Tom Davin, chief executive officer of Rosemead-based Panda Restaurant Group.
The pandas were put on a plane bound for the China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda, located in the Wolong Nature Reserve of Sichuan Province, a zoo employee said.
The survey also found that habitat fragmentation, unsustainable development, and poaching continue to pose major threats to the long-term survival of the endangered giant panda, which live only in one small area in fast-developing China.