Two giant panda sisters are now living in the wild after successfully completing "survival training" in southwest China.
They've been learning to feed themselves and avoid danger.
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The sisters were set free at a nature reserve.
One of them was a little timid, getting used to her new surroundings. It didn't take long before she made herself at home, eating bamboo and enjoying her new life outdoors.
China has been releasing captive-bred pandas since 2006 to help boost the wild population.
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