Pandas, China and the world

Pandas, China and the world

After the founding of People’s Republic of China in 1949, giant pandas used to be sent abroad in three ways: national gift, commercial exhibition, scientific communication and cooperation. Since 1982, the first two ways were canceled and now pandas go abroad for scientific purposes only. As below are the files of the 28 giant pandas living overseas according to Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding:


 

Zoo / Park
Name of Panda
Gender
Date of Birth
Arrival Date
Tiergarten Schönbrunn, Vienna, Austria
YANG YANG
Female
Aug. 10, 2000
         Mar. 3, 2003
LONG HUI
Male
Sept. 26, 2000
Mar. 3, 2003
Zoologischer Garten,
Berlin, Germany
BAO BAO
Male
Sept., 1978
Nov. 5, 1980
YAN YAN
Female
Aug. 1985
Apr. 14, 1995
 
San Diego Zoo,
Los Angeles, US
BAI YUN
Female
Sept. 7, 1991
 Sept. 10, 1996
GAO GAO
Male
about 1992
Jan. 15, 2003
MEI SHENG
Male
Aug. 12, 2003
 
SU LIN
Female
Aug. 2, 2005
 
National Zoo, Washington, US
TIAN TIAN
Male
Aug. 21, 1997
Dec. 6, 2000
MEI XIANG
Female
Jul. 22, 1998
Dec. 6, 2000
TAI SHAN
Male
Jul. 9, 2005
 
Zoo Atlanta, US
LUN LUN
Female
Aug. 25, 1997
         Nov. 5, 1999
YANG YANG
Male
Sept. 9, 1997
Nov. 5, 1999
Memphis Zoo, US
LE LE
Male
Jul. 18, 1998
Apr. 7, 2003
YA YA
Female
Aug. 3, 2000
Apr. 7, 2003
 
Mexico Zoo
XIU HUA
Female
Jun. 25, 1985
Jun. 25, 2985
SHAO SHAO
Female
Jun. 15, 1987
Jun. 15, 1987
XIN XIN
Female
Jul. 1, 1990
Jul. 1, 1990
Chiang Mai Zoo, Thailand
CHUANG CHUANG
Male
Aug. 6, 2000
 Oct. 12, 2003
LIN HUI
Female
Sept. 28, 2001
         Oct. 12, 2003
Prince Zoo, Kobe, Japan
LONG LONG
Male
        Sept. 14, 1995
Dec. 9, 2002
SHUANG SHUANG
Female
Sept. 16, 1995
Jul. 16, 2000
Ueno Zoo, Tokyo, Japan
LING LING
Male
Sept. 5, 1985
Nov. 5, 1992
 
Shirahama Wildlife Park, Wakayama, Japan
YONG MING
Male
Sept. 10, 1992
Sept. 6, 1994
MEI MEI
Female
Aug. 31, 1994
Jul. 7, 2000
LIANG BING
Female
Sept. 6, 2000
 
LONG BING
Male
Sept. 8, 2003
 
QIU BING
Male
Sept. 8, 2003
 

 

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