Giant Panda

Endangered-popullation around 1800

about pandas

Giant pandas, found only in China, are one of the world's most endangered species.l

There are only about 1800 pandas left in the wild and another 200 in captivity.The female panda has an average of only about seven cubs(baby pandas) in her lifetime.This is why it's extremly important that we protect this beautiful animals.

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There pandas live

  • Panda lives only in t5he mountain forests of China, up to 4500 m above.
  • Panda lived in bamboo forests in Indochina, but now it's impossible to meet theys there.

Panda's Behavior

The giant panda is a terrestrial animals and primarily spends its life roaming and feeding in the bamboo forests of the Qinling Mountains and in the hilly Sichuan Province. Giant pandas are generally solitary, and each adult has a defined territory, and a female is not tolerant of other females in her range. Social encounters occur primarily during the brief breeding season in which pandas in proximity to one another will gather. After mating, the male leaves the female alone to raise the cub.

Pandas were thought to fall into the crepuscular category, those who are active twice a day, at dawn and dusk, however, Jindong Zhang found that pandas may belong to a category all their ownhibernatespatial memory.

Though the panda is often assumed to be docile, it has been known to attack humans, presumably out of irritation rather than aggression

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