BEIJING (AP) - There's a new reality show in town - Panda Cam. ADVERTISEMENT The Wolong Giant Panda Research Center in China's southwestern Sichuan province has set up a camera to capture the everyday life of pandas to be watched live on the Internet, the official Xinhua News Agency said. "Panda Cam" will be aired in 20-minute segments from Monday to Friday between 10 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. and 2 p.m. and 2:50 p.m. local time, Xinhua said. The facility, set in the heart of Sichuan's lush, cloud-wreathed mountains, is home to about 80 artificially bred pandas. The website has a section in English and a quiz on panda knowledge, Xinhua said. About 1,600 wild pandas live in the mountain forests of central China - the only place in the world they are found - with another 180 in captivity around the globe. Pandas are threatened by loss of habitat, poaching and a low reproduction rate, making them among the most endangered in the world. Females in the wild typically have a cub once every two to three years. -