Pandigitals from Squared Pandigital Parts

5940376182 is a 10-digit pandigital number:
that is, it uses the digits 0 to 9 inclusive once and once only. Now break this into two equal parts: 59403 and 76182. Each of these, when squared, makes a new pandigital number (3528716409 and 5803697124 respectively). Can you find any other 10-digit pandigitals with exactly the same property? |

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