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Wild Pandas
b) But in 2010 and 2011, Vanessa Hull of Michigan State University and her colleagues were given permission to attach GPS tracking collars to five pandas in the Wolong National Nature Reserve in China.
e) The team found that the home ranges of individual pandas overlapped and on a few occasions, two animals spent several weeks in close proximity.
d) “Sometimes the pandas were within 10 or 20 metres of each other, which suggests the pandas were in direct interaction,” Hull says.
a) We know very little about wild pandas because they are so rare and live in almost impenetrable forest.
c) The collars transmitted each animal’s position every four hours, for up to two years.