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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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The name Yi Yi was picked by the Malaysian counterpart from the three names submitted internally within the China Conservation and Research Centre for Giant Panda.
2018: Assessing the reproductive status of a breeding, translocated female giant panda using data from GPS collar.
The nature reserve plans to set up more infrared cameras to observe its growth and how it interacts with other giant pandas in the area.
In 2018, China announced plans to create a bastion for giant pandas three times the size of Yellowstone National Park to link up existing wild populations and encourage breeding of the notoriously slow-reproducing animal.
Thus, it is worth exploring GnRHR gene influence on the fertility of the giant panda. Given the importance of the GnRHR gene in mammalian reproduction, the influence of polymorphism on the reproduction of mammals has attracted a great deal of attention.
In addition, he said a pilot project for a 'Giant Panda National Park' with an area of 27,000 square kilometers has been launched, 'opening a new chapter for the conservation of Giant pandas'.
In the United States, the giant panda was declared an endangered species in January 1984 until it was taken off the list in September 2016.
Giant panda Mei Xiang walks in her outdoor enclosure at the National Zoo in Washington in this file picture.
A giant panda can weigh up to 330 pounds (150 kilograms) that is almost double that of a human adult.
Other animals on the Red List fared better than primates, including the giant panda, which had previously been placed on the endangered list.
A naturally conceived giant panda cub has been born in Vienna, the city's main zoo announced on Monday, a rare event that it said is unique in Europe to the Austrian capital.
CHENGDU, China, Safar 08, 1437, November 20, 2015, SPA -- Chinese panda conservation officials said a giant panda born at a training center has been released after learning to care for herself in the wild, UPI reported.