List of giant pandas

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This is a list of giant pandas, both alive and deceased. The giant panda is a conservation-reliant vulnerable species. [1] Wild population estimates vary; one estimate shows that there are about 1,590 individuals living in the wild, [2] while a 2006 study via DNA analysis estimated that this figure could be as high as 2,000 to 3,000. [3]

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List of famous giant pandas

Famous living giant pandas

NamesBirth dateRelationshipsCurrent locationImage
Bao Bao (F)23 August 2013 (age 9) Mei Xiang (mother) Tian Tian (father) Tai Shan, Bei Bei and Xiao Qi Ji (brothers) mother of Bao Zai Wolong National Nature Reserve Bao Bao Tree.jpg
Bei Bei (M)22 August 2015 (age 7) Mei Xiang (mother) Tian Tian (Father) Bao Bao (sister) Tai Shan and Xiao Qi Ji (brothers) Bifengxia Panda Base
Da Mao (M)1 September 2008 (age 14)Er Shun (mate), Jia Panpan (son) and Jia Yueyue (daughter) Calgary Zoo
Er Shun (F)10 August 2007 (age 15) Jia Panpan (son) and Jia Yueyue (daughter) Calgary Zoo
Gao Gao (M)1990 +/- 2 years (according to studbook) Bai Yun (mate); father of Mei Sheng, Su Lin, Zhen Zhen, Yun Zi, and Xiao Liwu Dujiangyan Panda Center Gao Gao Panda.jpg
Gu Gu (M)25 September 1999 (age 23)none Beijing Zoo
Hua Mei (F)21 August 1999 (age 23) Bai Yun (mother) and Shi Shi (father).

Son: Tuan Tuan, Mei Ling, Wei Wei, Hua Long, Hua Ao & Yang Hu.

Daughter: Ting Ting, Hao Hao & Jia Jia

Bifengxia Panda Base Panda eating Bamboo.jpg
He Hua (F)4 July 2020

(age 2)

Mei Lan (father) and Cheng Gong (mother)

Sister of He Ye, step sister of MengLan, Jixiao, Cheng Feng, Cheng Lan, Fu Dou Dou

Chengdu panda base
Jia Panpan (M)13 October 2015 (age 7) Er Shun (mother), and Jia Yueyue (sister) Calgary Zoo
Jia Yueyue (F)13 October 2015 (age 7) Er Shun (mother), and Jia Panpan (brother) Calgary Zoo
Jiao Qing (M)15 July 2010

(age 11)

Meng Meng (mate)

father of Meng Yuan and Meng Xiang

Berlin Zoological Garden Berlin - Jiao Qing - 2020.jpg
Lin Bing (F)27 May 2009 (age 13) Lin Hui (mother) and Chuang Chuang (father) Wolong National Nature Reserve Lin Bing 2009-08.jpg
Lin Hui (F)28 September 2001 (age 21)Tang Tang (mother) and Pan Pan (father) Chiang Mai Zoo Panda at ChiangMai zoo-KayEss-1.jpeg
Lun Lun (F)25 August 1997 (age 25) Yang Yang (mate), Son: Mei Lan, Xi Lan, Daughter: Po aka Bao Lan, Mei Lun, Mei Huan, Xi Lun & Ya Lun Zoo Atlanta Lunlun.jpg
Mei Lan (M)6 September 2006 (age 16)son of Lun Lun (mother) and Yang Yang (father). Children - Son: Meng Lan, Si Nian, Si Yun Yun, Xing Guang, Ji Mei, Fu Shun, He Feng, Cheng Lan, He Ye Daughter: Qi Qiao, Qi Xi, Xing Chen, Ji Lan, Fu Lai, He Yu, Da Mei, He Hua Chengdu Panda Base Atlanta Zoo Panda.jpg
Mei Sheng (M)3 August 2003 (age 19) Bai Yun (mother) and Gao Gao (father) Bifengxia Panda Base Mei Sheng.jpg
Mei Xiang (F)22 July 1998 (age 24)mother of Tai Shan, Bao Bao, Bei Bei, and Xiao Qi Ji. National Zoo in Washington D.C. 1002AB03-MeiXiang.jpg
Po (F) [4] 3 November 2010 (age 12)Daughter of Lun Lun (mother) and Yang Yang (father) Chengdu Panda Base
Rou Rou (F)29 May 2016

(age 6)

Yong Yong (father) and Meibang (mother)Duijiangyang Panda base
Su Lin (F)2 August 2005 (age 17) Bai Yun (mother) and Gao Gao (father) Bifengxia Panda Base Su Lin giant panda bear cub at the San Diego Zoo.jpg
Tai Shan (M)9 July 2005 (age 17)son of Mei Xiang (mother) and Tian Tian (father); brother of Bao Bao, Bei Bei and Xiao Qi Ji Bifengxia Panda Base Giant Panda Tai Shan.JPG
Tian Tian (M)27 August 1997 (age 25)Yong Ba (mother) and Pan Pan (father) Children: Tai Shan, Bao Bao, Bei Bei, Xiao Qi Ji National Zoo in Washington D.C. Giant Panda 2004-03-2.jpg
Tian Tian (F) [5] 24 August 2003 (age 19)none Edinburgh Zoo Tian Tian.JPG
Yuan Yuan ((F)
Yuan Yuan 31 August 2004 (age 18)

Yuan Yuan is daughter of Lei Lei (Mother) & Lin Lin (Father).

Daughter: Yuan Zai, Yuan Bao

Taipei Zoo Taiwan pandas after earthquake.JPG
Wang Wang (M)31 August 2005 (age 17)none Adelaide Zoo Giant Panda eating Bamboo.JPG
Xi Lan (M)30 August 2008 (age 14) Lun Lun (mother) and Yang Yang (father) Chengdu Panda Base
Xiao Liwu (M)29 July 2012 (age 10) Bai Yun (mother) and Gao Gao (father)Dujiangyan, China Giant Panda Conservation Research Center Xiao Liwu im San Diego Zoo - Foto 2.jpeg
Xiang Xiang (F)12 June 2017 (age 5)Xian Gu (mother) and Bi li (father) Ueno Zoo
Xin Xin (F)1 July 1990 (age 32)Her mother is Tohui (she died 16 November 1993)
Her father Chia Chia is from the London Zoo (died in Mexico on 13 October 1991)
Chapultepec Zoo Panda-chapultepec.jpg
Yang Yang (M)9 September 1997 (age 25) Lun Lun (mate), Son: Mei Lan, Xi Lan, Daughter: Po aka Bao Lan, Mei Lun, Mei Huan, Xi Lun & Ya Lun Zoo Atlanta Yang yang panda.JPG
Yang Guang (M) [5] 14 August 2003 (age 19)none Edinburgh Zoo
Yuan Zai (F) [6] 6 July 2013 (age 9) Yuan Yuan (mother) and Tuan Tuan (father) Taipei Zoo Yuan Zai Taipei Zoo.jpg
Yun Zi (M)5 August 2009 (age 13) Bai Yun (mother) and Gao Gao (father)Duijiangyang Panda Base Yun Zi - Baby Giant Panda - IMG 1683 (4305507667).jpg
Zhen Zhen (F)3 August 2007 (age 15) Bai Yun (mother) and Gao Gao (father) Bifengxia Panda Base

Deceased famous giant pandas

NamesBirth dateDeath dateRelationshipsLocationImage
Basi (F)198013 September 2017captured Fuzhou Zoo Fu Zhou Xiong Mao Shi Jie -Xiong Mao Ba Si 03.jpg
Chi Chi (F)195722 July 1972captured London Zoo Chi Chi, Giant Panda, London Zoo, Camden, taken 1967 - geograph.org.uk - 738608.jpg
Chuang Chuang (M)6 August 200016 September 2019Bai Xue (mother) and Xin Xing (father) Chiang Mai Zoo Panda ChiangMaiZoo humarkus.jpg
Chu-lin (M)4 September 198229 April 1996Shao-Shao (mother) and Chang-Chang (father) Madrid Zoo
Ling Ling (M)5 September 198530 April 2008Tong Tong (mate, died in 2000) Ueno Zoo Ling Ling at Ueno Zoo.jpg
Ling-Ling (F) and Hsing-Hsing (M)Ling-Ling: 1969
Hsing-Hsing: 1970
Ling-Ling: 30 December 1992
Hsing-Hsing: 28 November 1999
both captured, both liked each other National Zoo in Washington D.C.
Ming Ming (F)19777 May 2011noneXiangjiang Wild Animal World
Pan Pan (M)198528 Dec 2016Rescued in Baoxing County, SichuanDujiangyan
Pandora (F)1937/381941Captured Bronx Zoo
Shi Shi (M)1970s5 July 2008rescued in Sichuan San Diego Zoo, Guangzhou Zoo
Su Lin (M)1930s1938captured Field Museum of Natural History Ruth Elizabeth Harkness and Su Lin.jpg
Tao Tao (F)19722 April 2008none Jinan Zoo
Tohui (F)21 July 198116 October 1993Chia Chia (mate), Ying Ying (mother), Pe Pe (father), and Xin Xin (daughter) Chapultepec Zoo Tuan Tuan (M)1 September 200419 November 2022
Xiang Xiang (M)25 August 200119 February 2007none Wolong National Nature Reserve

In zoos

Asia

Mainland China
Tai Shan in June 2007 Giant Panda Tai Shan.JPG
Tai Shan in June 2007
Pandas at Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding Chengdu-pandas-d10.jpg
Pandas at Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding

Many zoos and breeding centers in China house giant pandas. These include:

Other places in Asia

Australia

Europe

Giant panda at Ahtari Zoo Ahtari Zoo, Finland (27239579768).jpg
Giant panda at Ähtäri Zoo
Long Hui at Vienna Zoo Giant panda at Vienna Zoo (cropped).jpg
Long Hui at Vienna Zoo

North America

Bai Yun, formerly at San Diego Zoo, now in Dujiangyan, the site of the China Giant Panda Conservation Research Center, has given birth to 6 cubs in captivity and is considered one of the most successfully reproductive captive pandas. Bai yun giant panda.jpg
Bai Yun, formerly at San Diego Zoo, now in Dujiangyan, the site of the China Giant Panda Conservation Research Center, has given birth to 6 cubs in captivity and is considered one of the most successfully reproductive captive pandas.

North American-born pandas

Yun Zi - Baby Giant Panda - IMG 1644 (4306242794).jpg
Yun Zi, second son to Bai Yun
Xiao Liwu im San Diego Zoo - Foto 3.jpeg
Xiao Liwu, third son to Bai Yun

See also

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<span class="mw-page-title-main">National Zoological Park (United States)</span> Zoo in Washington, D.C., and Front Royal, Virginia

The National Zoological Park, commonly known as the National Zoo, is one of the oldest zoos in the United States. It is part of the Smithsonian Institution and does not charge admission. Founded in 1889, its mission is to "provide engaging experiences with animals and create and share knowledge to save wildlife and habitats".

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Zoo Atlanta</span> Zoo in Georgia, US

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<span class="mw-page-title-main">Tai Shan (giant panda)</span>

Tai Shan is a giant panda born at the National Zoo in Washington D.C. on July 9, 2005. He is the first panda cub born at the National Zoo to survive for more than a few days. He is the oldest brother of Bao Bao, Bei Bei and Xiao Qi Ji.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Hua Mei</span>

Hua Mei is a female giant panda. She is the first giant panda cub to survive to adulthood in the United States. She was born to Bai Yun (mother) and Shi Shi (father) at the San Diego Zoo. Millions of people around the world watched Hua Mei grow up via the zoo's Panda Cam.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Su Lin (giant panda, born 2005)</span>

Su Lin is a female giant panda born at the San Diego Zoo on August 2, 2005. Her name — one of five options in an online poll — means "a little bit of something very cute" in Chinese.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Mei Xiang</span> Female giant panda

Mei Xiang is a female giant panda who lives at the National Zoo in Washington D.C.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Tian Tian (male giant panda)</span> Male giant panda

Tian Tian is a 275-pound male giant panda at the National Zoo in Washington D.C. The panda was born on August 27, 1997, at the China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda at the Wolong National Nature Reserve in Sichuan Province, to Yong Ba (mother) and Pan Pan (father). Tian Tian is the half-brother of Bai Yun, formerly at the San Diego Zoo.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Lun Lun</span>

Lun Lun is a female giant panda at Zoo Atlanta in Atlanta, Georgia. The panda, now 242 pounds (110 kg), was born at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in China on August 25, 1997. Her original name, Hua Hua, was changed to Lun Lun by her sponsor, the Taiwanese rock star Su Huilun.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Mei Lan</span>

Mei Lan is a male giant panda. He was born at Zoo Atlanta in Atlanta, Georgia on September 6, 2006, after his mother's, Lun Lun, record-setting 35-hour labor. Originally identified by zoo staffers as female, Mei Lan was determined to be male by staff in China at the Chengdu Research Base of Panda Breeding. He is the first offspring of Lun Lun and Yang Yang, who are also the parents of Xi Lan, Po, and two pairs of twins, namely Mei Lun and Mei Huan, and Ya Lun and Xi Lun. Mei Lan was relocated to Chengdu, China on February 4, 2010.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Bai Yun</span>

Bai Yun was the first female giant panda who was born at the Wolong Giant Panda Research Center in China. From September 1996 she lived at the San Diego Zoo for more than 20 years, until being returned to China in May 2019. Bai Yun gave birth to her sixth cub in 2012 since arriving at the San Diego Zoo, considered the most surviving pandas born at a breeding facility outside of native China. Bai Yun returned to China with her last-born as the 23-year conservation loan of the pandas came to an end between China and San Diego Zoo Global.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding</span>

The Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding is a non-profit research and breeding facility for giant pandas and other rare animals. It is located in Chengdu, Sichuan, China.

Xi Lan is a male giant panda cub currently residing in Chengdu, China at the research Base. He is the son and second offspring of Lun Lun and Yang Yang. He is the brother of Mei Lan, who was born at Zoo Atlanta in 2006; Po, born at Zoo Atlanta on November 3, 2010; twins Mei Lun and Mei Huan, born at Zoo Atlanta on July 15, 2013; and twins Ya Lun and Xi Lun, born at Zoo Atlanta on September 3, 2016.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Zoo Aquarium de Madrid</span> Zoo in Madrid, Spain

The Madrid Zoo Aquarium is a 20-hectare (49-acre) zoo and aquarium located in the Casa de Campo in Madrid, Spain. The zoo is owned by the city, but is managed by the international entertainment operator Parques Reunidos. Opened in 1770, it is one of the largest zoos in Spain and one of the few zoos in the world that houses giant pandas.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Bifengxia Panda Base</span> Zoo in Sichuan, China

Bifengxia Giant Panda Base is a giant panda research and breeding facility in Bifengxia Town, Ya'an, Sichuan, China. Since opening in 2004, it has become home to several more giant pandas. This includes the U.S.-born Hua Mei and Mei Sheng, who were relocated there after the May 12, 2008, Sichuan earthquake severely damaged the panda breeding center at the Wolong National Nature Reserve. Both facilities are managed by the China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Bao Bao</span> Female giant panda (born 2013)

Bao Bao is a female giant panda cub who was born at the National Zoo in Washington D.C. She lived at the Zoo for four years until February 2017. She is currently located at the China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda in Sichuan Province. She is the sister of Tai Shan, Bei Bei and Xiao Qi Ji.

As of 2019, there are 27 zoos in 21 countries outside of mainland China that have giant pandas. These zoos have contracts with China to house these pandas for a few years. An exception are the three pandas held at Taipei Zoo, which are owned by the Taiwanese government. Giant pandas are on the IUCN Red List so part of the reason these contracts exist between China and international zoos is to try to help the species reproduce before they are brought back to their native land. For this reason, pandas are treated very well.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Bei Bei</span> Giant panda at the US National Zoo

Bei Bei is a male giant panda cub who was born and lived at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., in the United States. He was part of US-China relations panda diplomacy, and was sent to the People's Republic of China on November 19, 2019 at the age of 4. He is currently at the Ya’an Bifengxia Base of the Giant Panda Conservation and Research Center in southwest Sichuan province. He is the brother of Tai Shan, Bao Bao, and Xiao Qi Ji.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Xiao Qi Ji</span> Panda cub born at National Zoo, Washington, D.C.

Xiao Qi Ji is a male giant panda cub who was born at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. on 21 August 2020. The fourth surviving cub of Mei Xiang and Tian Tian, Xiao Qi Ji is a result of an artificial insemination of Mei Xiang on March 22, 2020. Xiao Qi Ji is the youngest brother of Tai Shan, Bao Bao and Bei Bei.

Meng Xiang nicknamed Pit, is a male giant panda born on August 31, 2019, in the Berlin Zoo in Germany. His father is Jiao Qing and mother is Meng Meng, both from Sichuan, China. They arrived in Berlin on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of diplomatic relations between China and Germany in 2017.

Meng Yuan, directly translated as Fulfilled Dream, nicknamed Paule, is a male giant panda born on August 31, 2019, in the Berlin Zoo in Germany. Its parents are Sichuan-born Jiao Qing and Meng Meng. They are on lease from China for a provisional period of 15 years.

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