13 July 2021

China announced that it had removed giant pandas from its endangered list.

According to an article posted on the Ministry of Ecology and Environment's website, the population of giant pandas living in the wild in China had risen to 1,864 by 2013, up from 1,596 in 2003.

The head of the ministry's Department of Nature and Ecology Conservation told reporters that the rise "reflects their improved living conditions and China's efforts in keeping their habitats integrated."

The figures are based on a census of China's pandas carried out every decade since the 1970s in the three provinces that have the largest giant panda populations.

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