Zhen, a giant panda, wanders around a forest in Wenchuan, in China’s Sichuan province. Photo: Getty
Zhen, a giant panda, wanders around a forest in Wenchuan, in China’s Sichuan province. Photo: Getty

Giant pandas take the lion’s share of conservation attention but China has many endangered species in need such as tigers, dolphins and alligators

  • The giant panda’s success in coming back from the brink has overshadowed the plight of less cute species, say some conservationists
  • China has hundreds of species on the IUCN’s red list, many of them critically endangered

Topic |   China society
Zhen, a giant panda, wanders around a forest in Wenchuan, in China’s Sichuan province. Photo: Getty
Zhen, a giant panda, wanders around a forest in Wenchuan, in China’s Sichuan province. Photo: Getty
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