The total wild population of the giant panda is about 1,900

Beijing: Concerted efforts to conserve the giant panda’s habitat have yielded positive results, with the wild population of the giant panda seeing an appreciable increase. According to a recent press conference held by China’s State Forestry and Grassland Administration, the total number of giant pandas in the wild has increased from about 1,100 in the 1980s to about 1,900 today.

In recent years, China has significantly increased its commitment to protecting giant panda populations and their habitats by strongly implementing major ecological initiatives. These include projects focused on natural forest conservation, converting agricultural land back to forest and grassland, preserving wildlife, and establishing nature reserves.

The protected area for giant panda habitats has increased from 13.9 lakh hectares to 25.8 lakh hectares, effectively ensuring the continued protection and development of wild populations of giant pandas.

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