The all-white cub with reddish eyes was captured by an infrared motion-triggered camera set up to monitor the wildlife in the Wolong National Nature Reserve, a vast protected area which is also home to China's first giant panda breeding and research center. Wolong officials, who announced the discovery of the ghost-like panda bear on May 25, 2019, stated that the impromptu photo shoot occurred in a densely-forested area about 6,500 feet (2,000 meters) above sea level. They estimate the mammal, whose gender is hard to determine from the grainy photo, is between one and two years old."
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