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Australian candidate for pambassador

09-27-2010 08:23 BJT

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Now let's turn our focus to the Panda Project in Chengdu, in Sichuan province. As one of the pambassador finalists, an Australian candidate, Jenny, says she supports the plan to breed pandas in the wild and hopes to make her contribution to the job.

Although artificial breeding of pandas in China has been a great success, the number of pandas in the world overall has fallen. And, the decline of their natural habitat is one of the main reasons.

Is the pambassador project a good way to attract more people worldwide to panda protection?

In "Chinese Panda Valley", Jenny is told that it's a research center to breed pandas in the wild. She says the plan is very significant.

As an enthusiastic explorer, Jenny, also known as "jungle girl", has visited primeval forests in South America and Asia. She has also been involved in protecting gorillas.

Jenny says her rich experiences help her fulfill the pambassador's duties. She hopes to make a contribution to the unusual job and share her pambassador's experiences.

Editor:Zhang Ning |Source: CNTV.CN

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