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Panda

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

A gold coin minted in the People's Republic of China.
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The name of second giant panda born in Malaysia was finally revealed today as 'Yi Yi'.
A framework for evaluating the effects of human factors on wildlife habitat: the case of giant pandas. Conserv.
In 2008, Taipei welcomed two pandas, Tuan Tuan and Yuan Yuan, as gifts to Taipei Zoo shortly after former President Ma Ying-jeou assumed the presidency.
An eight-year-old girl fell into a panda enclosure at a zoo in southwest China on Saturday, causing panic.
Ancient pandas most likely had a varied diet, similar to that of other mammalian species that lived alongside them.
The problem is that whatever the approach, the release of pandas can prove physically dangerous (for the pandas) and politically delicate (for the humans), since the public reacts with outrage to any sort of panda suffering or fatalities.
The park will cover three times the area of Yellowstone National Park in the US, with major ecological projects including construction of reserves, ex-situ protection and release of giant pandas to the wild, focused on solving the problems of fragmented habitats and isolated genes.
Being quite small in size compared to the giant panda, the red panda is also referred to as the lesser panda.
While the story of the panda is a success for conservation efforts, the IUC has cautioned that we cannot afford to become complacent about the rebound in population of the pandas.
At the Smithsonian center, Freeman and her colleagues study the pandas in captivity.
Reserve manager Yuan Fengxiao said, "In the past, even our staff seldom saw wild pandas, but the infrared cameras have helped us record many valuable images of the animals."