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Twin baby pandas used to help UNDP and save the environment

13 baby pandas, including six sets of twins, have made their public debut in southwest China’s Chengdu city. The event, called “Discovering Twin Cubs”, was jointly held by the United Nations Development Program and the Chengdu Panda Breeding Base. The two organizations called on panda enthusiasts and people across the world to help protect the environment.

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