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Bonus: Pre-earthquake video by David Gilkey, NPR, at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding
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An adult giant panda that went missing in China's May 12 earthquake turned up again at the Wolong National Nature Reserve. Two other pandas remain missing.

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Ahh! who was that singer/guitar player (funky folk?) that was just on! Had to run into work and Missed the name!!!

Sent by Kevin | 8:46 AM | 5-21-2008

@Kevin I think that was Langhorne Slim.
http://snurl.com/29x5m

Sent by Laura Conaway, NPR | 9:15 AM | 5-21-2008

As everyone knows, there are about 1,590 wild pandas live in China, especially in Sichuan there are 154 captive pandas in Chengdu, Bifengxia and Wolong. And Wolong nature reserve is a very important base for panda. However the earthquake occurred in Sichuan on May 12 let Wolong panda base seriously destroyed. Fortunately no dead body found till now except one. Almost all captive enclosures are collapsed, so most pandas of Wolong now have been transferred to Bifengxia for the security reasons to pandas. If you want to do something such as volunteer for panda bears which is under a dangerous condition, please visit: http://pandatour.com.cn

Sent by rasco | 4:35 AM | 7-3-2008

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