China's panda population recovering years after earthquake (11 images)

In China’s mountainous Sichuan Province, a network of research centers, nature reserves, breeding facilities and wildlife sanctuaries are dedicated to saving the world's panda population. More than 75 researchers work at the Panda Research Base in Chengdu. Here is a look behind the scenes in November 2017. Photos by Stephen Shaver/UPI
Updated: Nov. 22, 2017 at 1:04 PM
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In China's mountainous Sichuan Province, a network of research centers, nature reserves, breeding facilities and wildlife sanctuaries have been established to support the vulnerable giant panda. The Chengdu facility has won prizes for its work.
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