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Pandas: Giants of the Bamboo Forests

Popular Science Out of Print
By: K Laidler and L Laidler
224 pages, 50 col photos, 2 maps
Publisher: BBC Books
Pandas: Giants of the Bamboo Forests
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  • Pandas: Giants of the Bamboo Forests ISBN: 9780563363613 Hardback Mar 1992 Out of Print #18026
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This absorbing book will upset some long-held beliefs about one of the world's best-known endangered species. It also looks at the survival problems facing both the red pandas and the giant pandas, and covers the recommendations of a newly unveiled management plan encompassing the three `panda provinces', Sichuan, Gansu and Shaanxi.

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Popular Science Out of Print
By: K Laidler and L Laidler
224 pages, 50 col photos, 2 maps
Publisher: BBC Books
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