Panda Channel starts in Japan

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Panda lovers can now watch their favourite pet all year round now that the Panda Channel has started in Japan.

The channel will be broadcast on the internet byThe Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding which is located in China.

Twenty-eight high definition video cameras have been installed to record the daily activities of more than 80 giant pandas living there.

People can watch a total of six feeds, including the Garden for Adult Pandas and Kindergarten for younger Pandas.

Experts hope the we can learn about them, the more we can protect pandas.

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