A Symbol of Peace The Giant Panda

Kozlowski, Kim
May 2007
Faces;May2007, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p28
The article focuses on the giant panda, which is in danger of becoming extinct. It is reported that the giant panda is one of the most loved animals in the world. It is observed that over the years, due to habitat destruction, the giant panda has become one of the endangered species. It is opined that giant panda has a very special place in Chinese culture and considered a symbol of peace. It is stated that efforts are on to preserve the giant panda through various means.


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