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Chinese red pandas arrive in Taipei, public debut in July

TAIPEI--Three red pandas from China's southern Fujian Province arrived in Taipei Friday and are expected to make their public debut in July at the earliest after spending time in quarantine, according to the Taipei Zoo.

The three animals, which were bred by a research center in Fujian, have been given to the zoo to promote breeding cooperation and help the people of Taiwan to understand the efforts made by China in wildlife protection, the center said, adding that it is also part of a series of measures to further improve relations across the Taiwan Strait.

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