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Pandas naturally come from parts in asia. China gives pandas as gifts to America and all sorts of countries. You can find them in zoos too! Isnt that awesome! yeah I know it is.
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China . Most around the area of where China is.Their main diet is bambo,a type of plant. Pandas are only found in the undisturbed mountain forests of some parts of central C…hina. They do not tolerate humans well, and are most at home in the bamboo forests which provide 99% of their diet. Rather than hibernating as the weather gets cold, they move up and down in elevation to remain comfortable.
snow leopards eat pandas and pandas eat bambo
Asia Zoos pandas r mostly found in China PS: sorry to those who r trying to do a reasearch report and need like the exact location and stuff
.....china..I'm a chinese,and now in china,
they are not in the food web
In Asia, particularly China.
San Diego currently has 4 Giant Pandas -- Bai Yun (f), Gao Gao (m), and 2 of their cubs -- Su Lin (f) and Zhen Zhen (f), both born at the San Diego Zoo. They had two other cub…s born there -- Mei Sheng (m) and Hua Mei (f) -- and both were returned to China to join the breeding program. (Hua Mei has given birth to 6 cubs.) http://www.sandiegozoo.org/pandacam/meet... The National Zoo in Washington, DC, currently has three Giant Pandas. They are Tien Tien (m), Mei Xiang (f), and their cub, Tai Shan, born at the National Zoo in 2005. http://nationalzoo.si.edu/Animals/GiantP... Zoo Atlanta has Lun Lun (f), Yang Yang (m), and their two cubs Mei Lan (f) and Xi Lan (m), both born at Zoo Atlanta. http://www.zooatlanta.com/animals_giant_... The Memphis Zoo has two Giant Pandas, Ya Ya and Le Le, but they have not had any cubs. * This information was taken from a question on Yahoo Answers http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20081220073431AAtXIHV *
The habitats of the giant panda in China, and the red panda in the Himalayans, are locations where natives have long hunted pandas, but rarely just for food. Their fur is valu…ed in some areas, as in "good luck" hats made from the red panda's tail fur in southwest China.
Pandas are endangered animals and you can see them in a zoo.
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Pandas are endangered animals so you can't have a real panda, but you can own a toy one. Go to Build A Bear they have a cute panda for sale.
Pandas are native to china and hence are from there.