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Giant Pandas Are No Longer Endangered In The Wild

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According to the Chinese Government, Giant pandas are no more categorized as endangered. This has to be the best news of the month. Surely, it can cheer anyone up.

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As per the experts in China, they dealt with a lot of pressure as their iconic animal’s number was reducing day by day. The conversation efforts and the steps that were taken for decades have finally paid off.

For now, 1864 pandas are living in the wild. Also, this number itself is a mark in history. This is just a new beginning.

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Hats off to the Chinese government for the role they played to help this species. Not only did they protect the species in China but also they lent a helping hand to other countries to improve diplomatic ties. Although those pandas were outside their country their welfare and safety were ensured.

The giant panda’s future is more secure now. True dedication to the Pandas cause has changed the odds.

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Conservation efforts can only be successful if politics and science join hands. Only then can they accomplish great things.

These pandas now come under the category of vulnerable.

However, this achievement does not mean that government stops playing its role as the savior of the species. Lack of effort may once again result in the numbers declining.

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So in order to make sure this positive trajectory keeps going up, precautionary measures should still be taken.

Giant pandas are not the only animal to suffer. Indeed there are few other species that are under threat too. Thus experts and government are playing their role in these matters aswell. Negligence is something that cannot prevail.

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China is moving ahead of many countries in order to save its forests, plantations, and animals. Subsequently equal importance to all these matters.

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Last but not least let’s enjoy this historical moment for our furry bears!

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