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Chinese government on Memphis Zoo treatment and health of giant pandas | #socialmedia | #hacking | #aihp

Detractors of the Memphis Zoo’s treatment of the two giant pandas on loan from the Chinese government have previously claimed the Chinese Association Zoological Gardens expressed concern about the overall health of the pandas, Le Le and Ya Ya.

A new statement from that very organization refutes that claim and reinforces what the Memphis Zoo has said all along — the pandas are safe and healthy. 

“CAZG is confident that the giant pandas at the Memphis Zoo are receiving the highest quality of care,” the zoo said. A statement from the CZAG, written in Mandarin, was linked in the news release.

The panda fracas began in the latter half of 2020, after a pair of photos of both pandas began circulating throughout social media platforms. 

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The photos could be seen as alarming if the beholder had no previous zoological training or experience. Each panda looked thin, with large patches of reddish skin. 

Animal advocacy organizations like In Defense of Animals began to pay close attention to panda matters in Memphis, through use of the zoo’s own panda cams and area animal rights activists, according to a spokesperson for the organization, Fleur Dawes. 

A website launched in support of removing Le Le and Ya Ya and returning them to China created a petition that eventually garnered more than 72,000 signatures. 

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