Wide variety of wildlife lives in China’s Giant Panda National Park

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    Numerous wildlife species in Giant #Panda National Park live under the most rigorous national protection. The park of 27,000 square kilometers is home to 1,631 wild pandas, a species that has lived in China for at least 8 million years, surviving the Quaternary glaciation. Snow #leopards will descend into the forest where pandas live to hunt herbivores in winter when food is scarce. #Animal

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