Which zoos have panda bears?

The Panda Bear (or Giant Panda) is one of the most endearing animals on the planet, and few of them still survive in the wild. According to WWF, an estimated 1,600 pandas (3,000 according to the most optimistic estimates) live in the wild in mountainous areas of China. Some studies have recently indicated that their numbers may be increasing, but today they are still considered an endangered species.

Zoo Aquarium (Madrid, Spain)
Zoologischer Garten Berlin (Berlin, Germany)
Tiergarten Schönbrunn (Vienna, Austria)
Pairi Daiza Zoo (Cambron-Casteau, Belgium)
ZooParc de Beauval (Saint-Aignan-sur-Cher, France)
Ouwehands Zoo (Rhenen, The Netherlands)
Edinburgh Zoo (Edinburgh, Scotland)

Chengdu Panda Base (Chengdu, China)
Beijing Zoo (Beijing, China)
Bifengxia Panda Base (Ya’an, China)
Wolong National Nature Reserve (Wenchuan, China)
Seven Stars Park (Guilin, China)
Ocean Park (Hong Kong, China)
Taipei Zoo (Taipei, Taiwan)
Chiang Mai Zoo (Chiang Mai, Thailand)
Adventure World (Shirahama, Japan)
Oji Zoo (Kobe, Japan)

Chapultepec Zoo (Mexico City, Mexico)
San Diego Zoo (San Diego, United States)
US National Zoo (Washington, D.C., United States)
Zoo Atlanta (Atlanta, United States)
Memphis Zoo (Memphis, United States)

Adelaide Zoo (Adelaide, Australia)

As far as we know, there are no panda bears.