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    A girl who fell into a panda enclosure in China escaped the ordeal unscathed. Witnesses filmed the incident and uploaded the footage online.

    After the girl fell two metres down into the enclosure, she almost immediately started crying — the sound attracted three pandas, who moved towards her. To help her get out, a police officer used a stick to drag the girl out of the enclosure. 

    The incident took place on 9 February at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding.

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