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Giant Panda Forest

Step into the Giant Panda Forest and meet China's gift to Singapore, giant pandas Kai Kai and Jia Jia. Also sharing this climate-controlled biodome are the rare red pandas and elegant golden pheasants.

 

Giant Panda

The upper region of the Yangtze River is where the elusive giant panda calls home...

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Giant Panda

The upper region of the Yangtze River is where the elusive giant panda calls home. One of the world’s most adored and protected rare animals, this peaceful creature is considered a national treasure in China. With only 1,600 giant pandas left in the wild, it has become the world’s most recognised symbol for wildlife protection and conservation.

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Red Panda

The red panda or lesser panda is said to be the original panda, having been discovered about 50 years...

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Red Panda

The red panda or lesser panda is said to be the original panda, having been discovered about 50 years before its giant counterpart. Also known as the firefox due to its bright rust-coloured furry coat and fox-like face, the red panda is slightly larger than size of a domestic cat. it shares some similar traits with the giant panda as both feed predominantly on bamboo and have extra "thumbs" to hold their food.

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Golden Pheasant

Hailing from the mountains of Central China, the name of this bird is derived from the...

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Golden Pheasant

Hailing from the mountains of Central China, the name of this bird is derived from the male’s beautiful red and golden plumage. Also known as the Chinese pheasant, it  generally feeds on the ground for grains, leaves and invertebrates, and prefers to run even though it can fly.

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