- Giant pandas are classed as vulnerable with only around 1846 of their species left.
- They are affected by habitat fragmentation and climate change.
- Wild giant pandas could once be found throughout Eastern and Southern China, Northern Vietnam and Northern Myanmar. Now the pandas range is restricted to just six isolated mountain ranges.
- Thanks to decades of successful conservation work, wild panda numbers are starting to recover, but they remain at risk.
- They are important for the environment as they spread seeds throughout the forest keeping it healthy.
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