Camp Panda: Helping Cubs Return to the Wild

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Camp Panda is a book about how people worldwide are trying to help pandas. My favorite part is when Tao Tao, a newborn panda cub, was released after two years, and scientists tracked it through a radio collar. Another interesting fact is that the serious scientists were wearing panda costumes while interacting with Tao Tao because the scientists didn’t want it to get accustomed to humans. Many people are destroying panda habitats and killing pandas for their fur. In 1990, pandas were on the critically endangered species list. But after a few years, pandas were put on the vulnerable list. Pandas had increased by 17%. The pictures of the pandas they had photographed were so cure. In the back of the book it lists the ways you can help pandas and other endangered species. The language was very good. I think that anybody can read this book, especially animal-lovers. I would really recommend this book because you are learning about one of the cutest and most wonderful animals living in our time. I forgot to add, there is a note in the end of the book about adopting pandas–seriously, it’s about adopting pandas!!! Just go online to save the pandas. So go ahead and read this book.

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Author Catherine Thimmesh
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 64 pages
Publisher HMH Books for Young Readers
Publish Date 2018-Apr-10
ISBN 9780544818910
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Issue April 2018
Category Tweens


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