Giant Panda, And Climate change

What is climate change?

97% of scientist agree is that climate change is due to the green house gasses given off by humans. You might be wondering, how in the heck could we cause such a major problem? Well its due to the release of carbon dioxide causing the atmosphere to thicken. We release carbon dioxide by doing things like burning fossil fuels, like Cole and petroleum.

Results of climate change

Climate change has already had a giant impact on the environment, and if we don't do more things to stop it soon, it will become much worse! Climate change as already caused many glaciers to shrink, ice on rivers and lakes to break earlier, plant and animal ranges to change, and plants and trees are flowering early. And scientists say that climate change will continue to cause more sea ice to melt and cause the sea levels to rise. we can slow this down is by reducing are carbon footprint. Which sounds much easier to do than it actually is.

Giant Panda

The Giant Panda

The the giant panda is a very beautiful animal, and is a shame that its a endangered species. But these pandas live the life, they spend 10 to 16 hours a days foraging and eating bamboo! There are 1,600 giant pandas left, and 300 of them live in the wild. But although there is small amounts of them, they can live up to 35 years old.

Why The giant Panda Is Endangered

Part of the reason is that they reproduce not very frequently. But the biggest problem facing the Giant panda is deforestation of their habitat by big Chinese company's. This makes the giant panda one of the most endangered species in the world. This puts the Giant panda on the IUCN's red list of endangered species

Malcolm Warren