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September 19, 2001
A Chinese laboratory assistant works at a panda sperm bank in the giant
panda breeding research centre...
Chengdu, China - Peoples Republic of
CHINESE LABORATORY ASSISTANT WORKS AT A PANDA SPERM BANK IN CHENGDU.
A Chinese laboratory assistant works at a panda sperm bank in the giant
panda breeding research centre in Chengdu, Sichuan province, September
19, 2001. Since the first cub was artificially conceived in 1963, more
than 210 have been born in China and 20 overseas. But only half have
survived to adulthood. Chinese scientists are fighting the main cause
of the giant panda's decline - the rapid destruction of the natural
bomboo forests. Only about 1,000 pandas survive in the wild. Chinese
characters read "Sperm Bank". Picture taken September 19, 2001.
REUTERS/Guang Niu

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