Panda Habitats In China To Be Discussed At UNESCO

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WOLONG, CHINA - JUNE 28: (CHINA OUT) A giant panda cub plays with a broom at the China Giant Panda Protection and Research Centre, home to about 80 artificially bred pandas, on June 28, 2006 in Wolong Nature Reserve, China. China will name panda habitats as the country's sole nominee for inclusion on the list at the 30th session of the UNESCO which will be held in July 2006. Scientists believe there are about 1,600 giant pandas living in reserves in the mountains of China, with another 180 in captivity around the globe, according to a new British-Chinese study. (Photo by China Photos/Getty Images)

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