In China, most giant pandas live in the mountains of Qinling, Minshan, Qionglai, Daxiangling and Xiaoxiangling.
The Chengdu Panda Base has not only dedicated itself to giant panda conservation, but has also made great efforts to create a beautiful natural and living environment for all animals here
Zoos, scientific research centers, breeding centers, or semi-protected areas work together to maintain a self-sustaining ex situ population of a given species.
To promote public awareness of and efforts for wildlife and environmental conservation among all citizens, the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding inspires actions to preserve wildlife and their habitat.
Sichuan province in Southwest China is home to the giant panda and boasts the largest population of the animals in the world.
Millions of tourists flocking to London for the Olympic Games this summer can also learn more about China's giant pandas - not by visiting a zoo, but by taking a ride in one of London's iconic black taxies.
With the 2012 Olympic Games just around the corner, a number of London's iconic black cabs, but more vibrant in their newly painted panda outfits, will park at landmarks across the city.
Chengdu tourism promotion video.