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A giant-panda breeding program has seen 23 cubs born in 2016,
giving hope to the survival of the vulnerable species. The bears made
their public debut at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda
Breeding in China. However, it appeared one curious cub was not
content with being on display and attempted to make a run for it.
The photo opportunity has attracted global attention and is highlighting
the conservation efforts of the research base.
originally posted by: TheKnightofDoom
There isn't enough left for them to go one thats my point yeah very sad for them but lets admit defeat let them free to do what they want (they will just die) and help save other animals that have a chance.
originally posted by: BlueShaman
Not destroying their natural habitat would be a much better way of ensuring their survival.
originally posted by: ketsuko
Nah, I remember a documentary I saw about pandas. Even when they have plenty of natural habitat, It takes them years to mature and mate with low rates of success.