Chongqing Zoo

Chongqing Zoo is the largest zoo in southwest of China, boosting over 1000 birds and 170 species of animals, including the charming giant panda, golden hair monkeys, and exotic tigers from South China. Panda bear, "national treasure" of China, is in danger of extinction. Today, there are less than 1,000 pandas living in the world; the Chongqing Zoo is dedicated to providing giant pandas and their offspring a comfortable environment in order to preserve the survival of the species. Visitors can also take photos of the pandas in the Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding of the zoo. Currently, the new Nanping breeding base for endangered animals is under construction. Children's theme park, rink, stage, reading rooms, and restaurants will be opened every day.
Although there are panda breeding centers in the northern suburbs and Wolong area, Chongqing Zoo is also a good choice for you to see pandas and red pandas. The best time to see pandas is during feeding-between 8:30 and 10:30am. Scientists aren't sure how long giant pandas live in the wild, but they are sure it's shorter than life spans in zoos. Chinese scientists have reported zoo pandas as old as 35. Cub pandas are under 1 year old, Sub-adults 3-5 in general, adults more than 5 years old in general. Here are some guide information to travel Chongqing Zoo: Address: Xijiaolu of Jiulongpo District, Chongqing; Admission Fee: 20RMB for p.p; Opening hours:08:00a.m-16:00 p.m; Contact Hotline: 86 23 68422285

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