Chinese TV sets up live ‘Panda Cam’

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It’s “Pandamonium” at one research center in China. China’s state-run TV has set up an Internet site to view the giant pandas at the Chengdu Research Center in Sichuan Province.

Twenty-eight high definition cameras record the daily comings and goings of the 80 pandas living at the center.

It’s called the Giant Panda Channel and you can find it by going to http://live.ipanda.com/ then you can choose from a number of feeds including “kindergarten,” “nursery for twins,” and “mother and child playground.”

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