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How endangered are pandas?
If you mean, why are pandas endangered, i can answer that. Pandas are endangered because people are cutting down their forests. Also, hunters have been hunting pandas for their fur. There are only about maybe 1,000 pandas living in the wild now.
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Mainly because humans cut down their forests to get more farmland.
They are endangered because humans have been cutting down theirhabitats and burning down forests where they live, including theirfood source, bamboo. Some people have also bee…n illegally poaching them and killing themin the wild. Pandas also naturally have great difficulty reproducing.Particularly captive Pandas. Pandas will not breed unless they feel "safe" and are certain thereis no human interference in the area; they're very fussy breeders.And they only breed around once every two years, giving birth toone panda - rarely two. Pandas are endangered because the Chinese cut their food source (bamboo) to make their supplies (brushes, chopsticks, etc.) Because the panda's food supply is low, pandas starve. Pandas can't give birth properly without the proper foods, so the panda population is low. because trees are being cut down Giant Pandas are endangered primarily from habitat loss and from the fact that they have a very low birthrate. China has put increasing pressure on their habitat in the last century from population growth and land use changes. Also, they have traditionally been poached, primarily for their fur and skin. pandas are endanger because people hunt them for there fur to make coats, sweaters and blankets which are worth a lot of money. There is about 3 main reasons: 1. The pandas main food source Bamboo flowers on a range from 50-100 years (depending on the type of bamboo) but when the bamboo flowers it dies out and the pandas must find another food source or make the journey up the mountain to unflowered bamboo 2. Poachers are horrible need I say more? 3. When the panda gives birth they only have 1-3 babies and the baby pandas need 24/7 attention non-stop feeding and watching so the mother can only take care of one child and the other may die :( I know these are sad that's why many people need to help the pandas i
people are destroying their natural habitat
Yes they are. Yeah its endangered!!!! please people save them there so cute you wouldn't want them to go! Technically Red Pandas are considered vulnerable which is the next st…ep down from being endangered. If we don't do something quickly, they will become endangered soon.
Giant pandas are an endangered species and their numbers aredwindling very quickly as their habitat is destroyed. There areroughly 1,000-1,500 pandas living in the wild (in Ch…ina). There areabout 120 living in zoos and breeding centers around the world. Redpandas are listed as "vulnerable", which is one step below (betterthan) "endangered". Yes pandas are endangered because of pochers that have been hunting them for over 60 years and after all of that hunting the panda poppulation has dramatically decreased in countries such as china which is very poppular for pandas.
The giant panda is definitely on the endangered species list. yes they are endangered yes no Yes they are, but efforts are being made as we speak to save them.
They are endangered because their habitat which is the mountains is getting destroyed because there are many trees there. People like to cut them down for logging and more roo…m for farming. There are only 2,500 Adult red pandas left.:(
The Giant Panda is listed with an "endangered" status, and a "population trend: decreasing", by the IUCN Red List. They are also listed on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, …Endangered Species List as "endangered". Finally, the Giant Panda is protected by CITES, Appendix I and III. For more details, please see sites listed below.
Giant Pandas are considered a conservation reliant endangered species. There are currently a few hundred in zoos around the world, and only a couple thousand at most in the wi…ld. Their numbers may be rising currently, but they are still not enough to classify as vulnerable.
Giant Pandas are endangered primarily from habitat loss and from the fact that they have a very low birthrate. China has put increasing pressure on their habitat in the last c…entury from population growth and land use changes. Also, they have traditionally been poached, primarily for their fur and skin.
To ensure the survival of the panda, the environment that it depends on for survival must be protected from human encroachment and interference. Some other elements that can h…elp is personnel to monitor the panda areas that have the strength to enforce the laws applicable to the protection of the habitat and animal health professionals to periodically monitor and test for conditions that could be detrimental to the pandas. Some nations that have had problems with human encroachment and interference in valuable preserves and habitats found that it was often because the people were poor and needed timber for firewood, space for planting a food source, to hunt meat and to sell fur and other animal products. A few of these countries decided that to protect the habitats, they needed first to give the humans a way to live without damaging the treasures at their doorsteps. Depending on where this took place and the wisdom of the officials, certain areas were set aside for people to live and grow some crops, assist to set up a chain for commerce of their extra crops, handicrafts and other legal goods that the local people could produce. This meets their human needs and affords them the means to buy additional things necessary, like fuel. Some enlightened officials have trained and hired local people to work as control monitors which provides their communities with some salaried members, and a personal stake in the outcome of their protected areas. It is important to have laws in place to protect these areas and official monitoring and empowerment because no matter how cooperative the local people can be, even they are powerless against outsiders that are intent on destroying animals and vegetation for commercial purposes. People not personally connected to these areas can research what the problems are for the specific area that they are concerned about; assist groups or organizations that are working to ensure the appropriate protection laws are in place; assist the local people in convincing the governments controlling these areas have a priority to take care of the areas under their control; find the international organizations with goals that are paralell to your own and find out what you can do to assist their efforts. And of course what everyone can do, that is not to buy or trade in any goods that can be considered from endangered sources. If you know how, to report the trade in such goods to the appropriate authority that can take action. Unfortunately, there is no 'one size fits all' laws, regulations, or solutions for problems associated with endangered speicies. Each individual situation needs to be evaluated and addressed individually. By Giving them food and protection and giving them their needs. You could also adopt them from the zoo or give money to animal shelters
no Yes they are, but efforts are being made as we speak to save them.
Yes. They are running out of their natural habitats, and some zoos are trying to relocate them in safer locations.
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