Save the Tiger, Save the Whale, Save the Panda. These phrases have been around for decades. And while they're all important, one animal seems to get an unfair amount of attention…if for nothing else than being the logo of the World Wildlife Fund. If you guessed it's the giant panda, you're right. It might not be a threat to animals in terms of predation, but it's a huge threat to other animals going extinct that need financial resources. So is it worth saving? And why do so many Chinese people care? Susan Tart is in Shanghai with the answer, where she's visiting one of the many campaigns to Save the Panda.
Become a Panda Ambassador: http://www.pandahome.com/
WWF China: http://www.wwfchina.org/english/
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