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Chinese Group in Thailand to Stunt celebrity panda’s Departure

The passing of Giant Panda at a Thailand zoo has resulted in an outpouring of anger and despair about Chinese social websites, prompting Beijing’s decision to dispatch a group of specialists to look into the unexpected passing of the creature.

The dead person, Chuang Chuang, a man, however, was only 19.

The Giant Panda, a kind of bear, is China’s national animal — besides the mythical monster — also conveys the location of love and pride among Chinese citizens.

Ever since that time, the group was one of the primary attractions in the zoo.

Thai and Chinese specialists were elated when Lin Hui gave birth to a female cub called Lin Bing in 2009; Lin was sentenced to China on September 2013.

The China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda in Wolong Nature Reserve Sichuan declared Chuang Chuang’s passing on its own Twitter-like Sina Weibo accounts before this week. The statement and relevant information were shared on Weibo countless times.

According to state media accounts, the unexplained departure and unverified online photographs supposedly reveal zoo caretakers feeding sturdy bamboo sticks instead of bamboo into the pandas which upset several Chinese netizens.

Angry citizens predicted about the zoo to reunite Lin Hui into China since they feared that the police did not understand how to increase the creature. The Chinese study center has declared it is going to send a group of specialists to Thailand as soon as possible to research the death.

Based on information quoted by official news agency Xinhua, there have been over 2000 giant pandas living in the wild at 2016, up from 1,114 from the 1980s.

The furry creatures had played a significant role in Chinese diplomacy — before the early 1980sthey had been given away to nations as a marker of substantial diplomatic ties.

“But the give-away’ coverage was set to an end in 1982 due to the diminishing amount of the endangered creature. Instead, the’on-loan’ plan began, the Xinhua reported.

Currently, China” rents” the creatures to other nations. The lease money, which ranges from tens of thousands to millions of USD, is utilized to fund the breeding and conservation programs of their species.