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Archive del 29 ottobre 2010

Panda gigante, Ailuropoda melanoleuca, David 1869



Il panda gigante  non è più in imminente via di estinzione. L’orso-simbolo della Cina, emblema della lotta per la salvaguardia della natura, nel 2010 ha invertito la tendenza negativa tra nascite e decessi.

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