SICHUAN PROVINCE, CHINA - Giant panda lovers everywhere rejoice. Now you can keep up with the comings and goings of 80 pandas that live at the Chengdu Research Center in the Sichuan Province of China.
China Network Television, the country’s state-run TV, has set up 28 high-definition cameras that provide a live stream of the giant pandas 24 hours a day. It’s called the Giant Panda Channel and you can check the black-and-white beauties by going to http://live.ipanda.com/
The channel offers many different feeds that show the pandas in different environments and at different stages of life. Among the feeds to choose from are “kindergarten,” “nursery for twins,” and “mother and child playground.”
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