By 2005 the Chinese government has established over 50 panda reserves which protected 2.5 million acres.
Since then, the Chinese government, collaborating with the World Wildlife Fund has also expanded its National Converservation Program with its reserves growing to over 3.8 million acres.
The Chengu Panda Base out of Sichuan, China, also works to help conserve the panda. It offers educational tourism to foreigners, it assists with research projects, and it teaches conservation education to youth and children. This is an example of the Chinese people helping out with panda conservation.
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