A wild giant panda is captured by infrared camera sniffing a tree to mark territory on a mountain at Wawushan National Forest Park, southwest China's Sichuan Province, Feb. 28, 2023.
Giant panda Bao Xin died of multiple organ failure on March 14, the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in southwest China's Sichuan Province announced late Tuesday.
Experts from China arrived in the U.S. and visited the Memphis Zoo on Saturday, where giant panda Ya Ya lives, to carefully assess the living and breeding conditions of Ya Ya, following the giant panda's health condition that has sparked concerns among Chinese netizens.
Er Shun gave birth to the pigeon pair on July 22, 2022 after returning from Canada in 2020. The older one weighed 132 grams and the younger weighed 91 grams at birth.
Four giant pandas, Shuang Shuang, Chong Chong, Xi Xi and Qing Qing, enjoy their refreshments, attracting many visitors, at Chongqing Zoo, March 15, 2023.
The public concerns over giant panda Ya Ya in the U.S. has grown into a spontaneous "campaign" among Chinese people all around the world to check how pandas are surviving in overseas zoos.
Chinese experts will head to Memphis Zoo in the United States next week to assist in the care of giant panda Ya Ya and ensure her health and well-being.
A video of a handicapped giant panda being splashed with water by tourists at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding on Friday aroused anger on social media.
This photo taken on March 3, 2023 shows two wild giant pandas in search of mates in the Tangjiahe area of the Giant Panda National Park in Qingchuan County of Guangyuan City, southwest China's Sichuan Province. (Photo by Ma Wenhu/Xinhua)
A five-year-old giant panda raised at Shanghai Wild Animal Park has undergone surgery and is currently in treatment after being diagnosed with an intestinal obstruction.
Le Le, the giant panda that died early this month at Memphis Zoo, may have succumbed to cardiac disease, according to an autopsy by zoologists from China and the United States.
Giant panda Le Le, who died early this month in the Memphis Zoo in the United States, may have succumbed to heart disease, a joint autopsy by Chinese and US experts has showed.
The Beijing Zoo has began preparation work to welcome Yaya, a 23-year-old giant panda living in Memphis Zoo in the United States for 20 years, back home, reported the Beijing News Thursday.
After 28 years winning the hearts of passionate fans in Japan, giant panda Eimei bid a tearful farewell and flew back to China on Wednesday, marking a new chapter for the much-loved mammal.
Eimei, a giant panda that has lived in Japan for 28 years, left west Japan's Wakayama park along with his twin daughters to fly back to China on Wednesday.
Eimei, a giant panda that has lived in Japan for 28 years, left western Japan's Wakayama park along with his twin daughters to fly back to China on Wednesday morning.
Arriving in Japan in 1994, Eimei, or Yong Ming in Chinese, is a 30-year-old male panda and the oldest giant panda living in Japan and father of 16 giant panda cubs born in Japan. He and his twin daughters will return to China on Wednesday.
Large crowds gathered at Tokyo's Narita Airport on Tuesday to say goodbye as Xiang Xiang, the first giant panda naturally bred and raised in Japan, was flown home to China.
Japan-born female giant panda Xiang Xiang arrived at the Bifengxia Giant Panda Base, a giant panda research and breeding facility in the city of Ya'an, southwest China's Sichuan Province at 9:50 p.m. on Tuesday.
It was still cold for an early spring day in Tokyo. Takahiro Takauji, the blogger of "Mainichi Panda," or Panda Every Day, showed up on a snowy morning at the entrance of Ueno Zoo as usual.
Female giant panda Xiang Xiang on Tuesday morning left Tokyo's Ueno Zoo to fly back to China, her home country.
Thousands of Japanese fans bade farewell to the beloved giant panda, who was born in June 2017, the first giant panda to be born and raised naturally at the zoo in nearly three decades on Sunday.
People flocked to Tokyo's Ueno Zoological Gardens to see Xiang Xiang on Sunday, the final day for public viewing for the beloved five-year-old female giant panda before her return to China.
China's pioneer in ecological and biological research of giant pandas, Professor Hu Jinchu, also known affectionately as the "panda papa," died of illness at 94 on Thursday night.
Giant panda Eimei, or Yong Ming in Chinese, which has lived in the Adventure World in Shirahama town, Wakayama prefecture, Japan, since 1994, will be sent back to China together with two of its daughters, Ouhin and Touhin (Ying Bang and Tao Bang in Chinese respectively) on Feb. 22, 2023.
The giant panda Xiang Xiang will leave Tokyo's Ueno Zoological Gardens and return to China on Feb. 21, Kyodo News reported on Monday.
A team of Chinese veterinary experts will go to the United States this month to investigate the death of 25-year-old giant panda Le Le at the Memphis Zoo in Tennessee.
The Chinese Association of Zoological Gardens (CAZG) extended deep sorrow and regret for the passing of the 25-year-old male giant panda Le Le at the Memphis Zoo in Tennessee, the U.S. on Wednesday, noting that an expert team will be sent to the U.S. to investigate the cause of the panda's death.
Giant pandas play in the snow-covered enclosure at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in southwest China's Sichuan Province, Jan. 17, 2023.
Giant panda Yaya has been well cared for since being lent to the Memphis Zoo in the United States in 2003, and no signs of neglect have been found, a Chinese expert said in response to panda lovers' concerns about her health.