China says giant pandas are still endangered, despite reports claiming otherwise.
A rare giant panda cub was born by natural means, which is also very rare, in Vienna Zoo in Austria.
A giant panda study uses stem cell research to determine some of the deadly diseases that pandas are susceptible to, Iain Valentine, Director of Giant Pandas for the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland.
Protecting China's giant pandas may not just be helping the bears; it could also be benefiting other threatened species.
Scientists have discovered that pandas manage their bamboo diet because they essentially evolved to be extremely lazy.
Giant pandas may munch on bamboo, but it turns out that their gut bacteria aren't designed for that meal. Scientists have discovered that the gut bacteria of giant pandas can't efficiently digest bamboo.
There's some good news when it comes to pandas. Far from being delicate and picky, these mammals may just be more flexible than we previously thought.