March 2016
National Geographic Kids;Mar2016, Issue 458, p26
The article reports on rescuing a sick giant panda China's Sichuan Province. The panda accidentally wandered from her home in a nearby nature reserve to the hill where she collapsed. She's was unable to keep warm in the chilly winter weather as it has been days since she ate anything. She was found to be infected with parasites.


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