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Baby Panda cubs sleep in a cot at a conservation center.Find out more at worldwildlife.org/pandasImages Courtesy of Matthew Levin, Whitney Padgett, Krystal Vinck

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Composer and performer Yanni visits a Panda conservation shelter.Find out more at worldwildlife.org/pandasImages Courtesy of Matthew Levin, Whitney Padgett, Krystal Vinck

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The Panda has been the WWF's logo since 1961.Find out more at worldwildlife.org/pandasImages Courtesy of Matthew Levin, Whitney Padgett, Krystal Vinck

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Bamboo is the staple part of the Panda's diet.Find out more at worldwildlife.org/pandasImages Courtesy of Matthew Levin, Whitney Padgett, Krystal Vinck

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The giant panda is the rarest member of the bear family and among the world2019s most threatened animal.Find out more at worldwildlife.org/pandasImages Courtesy of Matthew Levin, Whitney Padgett, Krystal Vinck

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Composer and performer Yanni was inspired to help WWF protect giant pandas after he 201cadopted201d a two-month old panda cub at the Chinese Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in October 2011.Find out more at worldwildlife.org/pandasImages Courtesy of Matthew Levin, Whitney Padgett, Krystal Vinck

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A Panda snacks on some bamboo. Find out more at worldwildlife.org/pandasImages Courtesy of Matthew Levin, Whitney Padgett, Krystal Vinck

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Yanni greets members of the press and public.Find out more at worldwildlife.org/pandasImages Courtesy of Matthew Levin, Whitney Padgett, Krystal Vinck

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A conservation worker checks on the baby Panda cubs.Find out more at worldwildlife.org/pandasImages Courtesy of Matthew Levin, Whitney Padgett, Krystal Vinck

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The giant panda is the rarest member of the bear family and among the world2019s most threatened animal.Find out more at worldwildlife.org/pandasImages Courtesy of Matthew Levin, Whitney Padgett, Krystal Vinck

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Yanni has guaranteed $50,000 in donations, the equivalent of 1,000 201cSantorini201d symbolic panda adoptions, to support WWF2019s panda conservation efforts.Find out more at worldwildlife.org/pandasImages Courtesy of Matthew Levin, Whitney Padgett, Krystal Vinck