Giant pandas "Meng Meng", "Jiao Qing" from China and their twin cubs "Meng Xiang", "Meng Yuan" have attracted numerous visitors though restrictions are still imposed in the zoo.
Giant pandas in Belgium and the United Kingdom have sufficient fresh bamboo during the COVID-19 pandemic, thanks to local bamboo plantations in Europe, zookeepers said.
Giant pandas "A'ling" and "Qingcheng" were relocated to a zoo in Anshan on Thursday.
The Japanese city of Kobe will return a giant female panda rented from China for breeding purposes as the lease agreement is set to expire in July, the city said Tuesday.
Two giant pandas under a 10-year lease in Canada will return to China two years ahead of schedule as COVID-19 affects bamboo supplies to the zoo where the bears are staying.
Calgary Zoo in Canada announced on Tuesday that a pair of loaned Chinese pandas would be returned ahead of schedule because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two giant pandas, Da Mao and Er Shun from China, will bid farewell to Canadians three years ahead of schedule due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, the Calgary Zoo announced on Tuesday.
A six-month-old giant panda cub met with visitors at the Shanghai Wild Animal Park in Pudong New Area on Saturday. The cub, which has yet to be given a name, was born on October 6 and is the offspring of another giant panda Jia Jia which lives in the park.
Germany's Zoo Berlin will not consider killing animals for financial reasons amid the COVID-19 pandemic and twin pandas Meng Xiang and Meng Yuan are quite well, Katharina Sperling, an employee with the communication center at Zoo Berlin.
Denmark's Copenhagen Zoo revealed on Saturday that visiting Chinese giant pandas Xing Er and Mao Sun took the chance of close-down due to the COVID-19 pandemic to mate.
A giant panda was spotted by a forest ranger while he was patrolling in the Baishuijiang National Nature Reserve in northwest China's Gansu Province.
In 2019, three giant panda cubs "Jia Jia", "Yuan Yuan" and "Qin Kuer" were born in the Qinling research center of giant panda breeding. The three giant pandas grew up healthily with the care of the staff.
Qi Zai, the world's only captive brown giant panda, has succeeded in natural mating with a female panda for the first time, according to the Qinling research center of giant panda breeding in northwest China's Shaanxi Province.
The China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda on Tuesday welcomed the birth of the world's first pair of captive-bred giant panda twins this year.
The Qinling Mountains, located mostly in Northwest China's Shaanxi province, have been a favored home for giant pandas, whose habitat exceeds 3,600 square kilometers.
Giant pandas are seen on a tree in Foping County, northwest China's Shaanxi Province, March 7, 2020.
The project began on Sunday when Zhang and his team started to choose a panda for the video. They also wrote a script for the video, which included all the inspirational words they wanted to share with the patients.