What Is the Population of Panda Bears?

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Panda bears are an endangered species and several campaigns have been put in place to help protect the animals. Habitat loss and poaching are among the main causes for the reduction of the panda bear population. In 2004, the number of living panda bears was believed to be around 1,600. As of 2013, that number is below 1,000 worldwide.
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