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Chengdu Panda Base, also known as Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding, is a non-profit organization located in Chengdu, China. It was founded in 1987 with the goal of conserving and breeding giant pandas, which are native to the Sichuan Province of China and are classified as an endangered species.

The base is located on a large tract of land that includes bamboo forests, lakes, and other natural habitats that are ideal for giant pandas. Visitors can observe the pandas from viewing platforms and walkways as they go about their daily routines, including eating bamboo, playing, and sleeping.

In addition to conserving and breeding giant pandas, the Chengdu Panda Base also conducts research on these animals and other wildlife in the region. It has been successful in breeding giant pandas in captivity, and its efforts have helped to increase the overall population of these animals in the wild.

The base is also involved in education and outreach efforts to raise awareness about the conservation of giant pandas and their habitat. It offers educational programs and resources for schools and other organizations, and it has partnerships with zoos and other conservation organizations around the world.