For the past two decades, Canadian officials have been hoping to be able to study giant pandas in at least one of its zoos. According to the National Post, on March 25, residents and government officials celebrated the arrival of two pandas from China as they touched down at Toronto's Pearson International Airport. Over the course of the next five years, the pandas will live in the Toronto Zoo, where their habitat and activities will be observed by researchers, according to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
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Prime Minister Stephen Harper told the CBC he was looking forward to the pandas becoming a part of Canadian culture over the next few years.
"China and Canada are doing the right thing by joining hands together in protecting these endangered species," he told reporters. "So I'm pretty sure that Er Shun and Da Mao will live happily here. And I also hope that they will soon produce some junior kung-fu pandas."
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