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The Panda House of Qianling Mount Park opened
2018-04-23   Source:Guiyang China

  The Panda House of Qianling Mount Park opened to the public on April 22, attracting lots of local residents and visitors.
  Two male giant pandas, Haibin and Xingbao, returned from Japan and Spain respectively last year. Haibin is a twin born in Japan in 2010, while Xingbao was born in Spain in 2013. The pandas will stay in Guiyang for three years of "scientific education."
  The Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Southwest China's Sichuan province sent the two giant pandas to Guiyang on April 12 for a three-year science publicity and education program, 20 years after pandas were introduced to Qianling Mount Park.
  "There is plenty of food for the pandas in Guiyang," said Li Da, head of the park. "We have arranged a team of 37 people to take care of them 24-7."
  The park has arranged professional panda keepers, vets and security at the newly built panda base which covers 10,736 square kilometers and cost a total of 38.02 million yuan ($6.04 million).
  The base is equipped with air conditioners, food processing machines and medical devices to ensure the safety of the pandas.
  In order to ensure that the pandas are well taken care of, Qianling Mountain Park has arranged professional panda keepers, vets and security at the newly built panda base which covers 10,736 square kilometers and cost a total of 38.02 million yuan ($6.04 million).
  The base is equipped with air conditioners, food processing machines and medical devices to ensure the safety of the pandas.
  The panda base has set up an experience area, exhibition area and activity area to help educate people about the majestic bears. Lectures and activities will be held as well.
  Qianling Mountain Park, located in the northwest corner of Guiyang, is an ideal place for residents to enjoy nature and relax. The park was built in 1957 and is home to more than 1,500 species of trees and flowers.
  Guizhou currently has four giant pandas. The other two are in a local wildlife park.