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        <h1>A Cute Panda</h1>
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          <h2>What Pandas Eat</h2>
            Wild pandas eat mostly bamboo with some other grasses and an
            occasional small animal for variety. On average, an adult panda eats
            20 to 40 pounds of bamboo every day and spends up to 16 hours a day
            finding and eating food. Pandas eat sitting upright, holding bamboo
            stalks between their paws.
          <h2>What can we do to help them?</h2>
            Giant pandas are in the forefront of conservationist efforts. The
            Chinese government banned logging in 1998 to stop deforestation and
            created a number of protected areas where no development is allowed.
            But half of the wild panda population still lives outside protected
            areas, and 300,000 humans live in unprotected natural panda
            habitats. Groups working to save the giant panda have established a
            breeding program, are working with the Chinese government to protect
            100 percent of known panda habitats and have a plan to reforest
            panda habitats and build green corridors--areas of forested
            greenbelt that connect isolated panda habitats to facilitate