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14 Panda Cubs on Display in Chengdu

To celebrate the National Day holiday and to continue to raise awareness of the endangered Giant Panda species, 14 panda cubs – each about 1-2 months old – will be on display in the two nurseries at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu, China.

The 14 cubs on display are almost all of the 17 total cubs that were born this year (the others are in the U.S. and Spain). The celebration will include not only the exhibition of these adorable panda cubs, but also informational exhibits, lectures, and other activities.

To see more of these Giant Pandas or to “adopt” a cub, go to http://www.panda.org.cn/english/.

Fourteen giant panda cubs, all born this year, will be on display during the National Day holiday at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu. The base has 128 pandas, the world’s largest captive panda population.

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