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        Bamboo Mountain: China's Pandas

        Fewer than 1,000 pandas remain in the wild in the mountains of China due to the enormous demands China's human population puts on the land. Farming and logging are robbing pandas of the forests where they once lived. However, reserves have been set aside by the Chinese government to save land for the pandas and for centers such as the Wolong Conservation Center for Giant Pandas where they have succeeded in breeding cubs in captivity. This video segment features scientists in China who are studying the panda population of Bamboo Mountain.

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