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From Youtube.com - Posted: Sep 04, 2006 - 2,068 views
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With the help of WWF, people living in villages around the panda reserves in Sichuan, China have installed wood-saving stoves to limit the amount of fuel-wood they gather from the forest. Fuel-wood harvesting has put significant pressure on the panda habitat.
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