The giant panda is no longer an endangered species
The Great Panda – The distinctive black-and-white bear has been eliciting sympathy from people for years. In China, the number of wild pandas is estimated at more than 1800 individualsów. This is the mainónd 12 reservesóin the Middle Kingdom, whichóthey were fighting for an endangered species.
The International Union for Conservation of Nature has now given the giant panda species status "exposed", rather than "endangered", as it was before. However, this is not the end of the fight for the giant panda. There is still a need to monitor and care for this species.
The fate of the pandas does not seem to be in danger. Human embraced it because of its appearance and gentle disposition. But other species still need urgent action and protection. Fromód they include tigers, gorillas, or species thatówhich can be found (maybe by some miracle) in Poland – lynx or porpoise.