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GLOBAlink | China pavilion of COP15 celebrates theme day of giant panda's hometown

Pub Date:2022-12-13 09:15 Source:Xinhua

MONTREAL, Dec. 12 (Xinhua) -- Giant panda protection efforts of southwest China's Sichuan Province are on display at the China Pavilion during the second part of the 15th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity (COP15) in Montreal, Canada.

Over the past decades, China has seen remarkable achievements in giant panda protection. In 2017, China started piloting the giant panda park. Last year, China officially designated the first group of five national parks, including the Giant Panda National Park.

Covering about 22,000 square km, the park is home to more than 1,300 wild pandas. The park area in Sichuan accounts for 87.7 percent of its total area, and the wild panda population there accounts for 91.6 percent of the park's total.

Produced by Xinhua Global Service

Editor:Li Ruichuan

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