Save the endangered giant pandas!!
Giant pandas are large, heavy set animals with white fur with black or brownish patches on their legs, shoulders. ears and around the eyes. Fully grown pandas are 4-5 feet from nose to rump. The giant panda lives in Chinese Mountain Preserves, and sub-alpine, spruce-fir bamboo forests in China. They den in small caves and between rock crevices.
Pandas are playful animals as you can see here the pandas are playing an activity like tag.
Momma panda snuggles her cub while it sleeps.
Pandas spend about 12 hours a day eating. As you can see here this panda is enjoying a stalk of bamboo
About The Giant Panda
One way the Giant pandas is threatened is by the destruction of its habitat. Panda poaching and lack its food source is another reason is why it's endangered. Ways humans can help is creating a secluded reserve, stop destruction of habitats, and stop illegal panda poaching. Did you know that pandas carry their newborn cubs in their mouth and also spend 12 hrs a day eating, they are also omnivores.