Ecoturismo pode ajudar China a proteger os pandas que ainda vivem em seu habitat natural.
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When they are first born, Giant Pandas are only about the size of a stick of butter. Dangers: Although it is now a protected area, the Giant Panda’s habitat has dwindled significantly. With the panda’s very low birthrate, pandas are in danger of extinction.
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Bao Bao, the four and a half month old giant panda cub, at the Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington
Panda hangs from a tree with the help of his sharp teeth at the Chengdu Panda Research Base in Sichuan province, China
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Pictures of the day: 1 October 2012
Left: A giant panda named Qing Feng looks at a big moon cake at Nanshan Zoo. Right: A panda eats a specially-baked moon cake at Suzhou Taihu National Wetland Park to mark China's traditional Mid-Autumn Festival
A giant panda rests at Xiuning Giant Panda Ecological Park in Huangshan, China. Picture: China Foto Press / Barcroft Media