Video: Tracking Giant Pandas
  • 24. Dezember 2011
  • FILOS
  • Earlier this year William Burrard-Lucas spent eight days tracking Giant Pandas in the Qinling Mountains of Central China. This is one of the few remaining places where Giant Pandas exist in the wild. Due to habitat loss and human encroachment, pandas have been pushed into extremely remote and inaccessible parts of China. He was well aware that finding a wild panda in these thickly forested areas was not going to be easy… in the past, people have spent weeks searching for them without success. William therefore adopted the attitude that he would enjoy the spectacular trekking and it would be a bonus if he glimpsed a panda! [media id=8 width=600 height=338] Thank you. With friendly permission Will Burrard-Lucas https://www.burrard-lucas.com

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