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Keeping pandas in animal captivity is problematic.



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  • Liu, D., Wang, Z., Tian, H., Yu, C., Zhang, G., Wei, R., et al. (2003). Behavior of Giant Pandas ( Ailuropoda melanoleuca ) in Captive Conditions: Gender Differences and Enclosure Effects: Zoo Biology Vol 22(1) 2003, 77-82.
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  • Powell, D. M., Carlstead, K., Tarou, L. R., Brown, J. L., & Monfort, S. L. (2006). Effects of Construction Noise on Behavior and Cortisol Levels in a Pair of Captive Giant Pandas (Ailuropoda melanoleuca): Zoo Biology Vol 25(5) Sep-Oct 2006, 391-408.
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  • Swaisgood, R. R., White, A. M., Zhou, X., Zhang, H., Zhang, G., Wei, R., et al. (2001). A quantitative assessment of the efficacy of an environmental enrichment programme for giant pandas: Animal Behaviour Vol 61(2) Feb 2001, 447-457.
  • Wilson, M., Kelling, A., Poline, L., Bloomsmith, M., & Maple, T. (2003). Post-Occupancy evaluation of Zoo Atlanta'a giant panda conservation center: Staff and visitor reactions: Zoo Biology Vol 22(4) 2003, 365-382.
  • Zhang, G., Swaisgood, R. R., & Zhang, H. (2004). Evaluation of Behavioral Factors Influencing Reproductive Success and Failure in Captive Giant Pandas: Zoo Biology Vol 23(1) 2004, 15-31.

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