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Female panda killed by poachers

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Chinese police have reportedly arrested 10 people related to the killing of a female panda in the wild.

The alleged poachers sold parts of the slaughtered animal on the black market, state media claimed on Wednesday.

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Panda remains were recovered from a forest in Yunnan province, China Central Television reported.

The two chief suspects, believed to be male, sold 35 kilograms of panda meat and four paws for the equivalent of almost $1,000 Australian dollars, authorities claimed.

One of the suspects was thought to have located the black-and-white bear after he set a trap to catch wild animals that had been killing his sheep, police said.

All of the suspects face lengthy jail sentences for poaching the bear, which is listed as endangered.

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