Although two recent additions have been added to the giant panda family, this is not significant enough to forget about how endangered and how few giant pandas there are. Even though the birth of twins is a very noteworthy and ceremonious, we should not forget that there are under 2,000 giant pandas still alive today, a number that has been growing since the 1970s but still far too few!
Giant panda gives birth to twin,s but pandas are still on the verge of extinction. Illegal poaching still continues and is one of the biggest threats to pandas. The other major cause for their extinction is the loss of their habitats. The giant panda is not only a symbol of China but also represents a unique species which must be protected at all costs.
Yes, pandas still face viable extinction despite a panda recently giving birth to twins. One panda giving birth to twins has no significant bearing on the world's panda population problem. There are very few pandas in the world and getting them to mate in captivity continues to be a challenge.
There is no question that the existence of pandas has been threatened by human development. There was a time when pandas were on the verge of extinction. However, government intervention and zoos has helped stabilize the population. The animal has a much higher likelihood of survival today than in previous times. Therefore, pandas are not on the verge of extinction anymore.