Are there any organizations helping giant pandas?
Well, gee, I wonder. Maybe that group that uses a panda as their logo, but, you know, its hard to say.
any zoo that has a giant panda is trying to help keep them from going exstinct
Giant pandas do not have any natural predators.
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No. Wild pandas do not live in the UK.
No, there are no myths or fables about giant pandas.
Giant Pandas are large animals that are capable of fighting, biting, clawing and overpowering any animal who dares challenge them. Their size is of enormous help in any confrontation. Aside from humans, most animals would not represent a problem to Giant Pandas.
Giant pandas do not have any natural predators in the wild. Their only enemy is man.
Giant Pandas eat bamboo during winter and any other season.
pandas nurse there young like any-other mammal they use milk
Giant pandas are one species.
like any other animal, pandas are apart of their ecosystem that is part of the circle of life if you will.
Yes. The San Diego Zoo currently houses 3 giant pandas name Gao Gao, Bai Yun, and Yun Zi. You can check out these pandas on the zoo's website.
Panda Babies of any specie are called cubs.
They don't share a habitat with any other species of animals other than the Giant panda.
The red panda is small, almost raccoon sized.
Red pandas are common sight at American zoos. Giant pandas are found at Memphis Zoo, San Diego Zoo, Smithsonian National Zoo, and at Zoo Atlanta.
No, much like other mammals, giant pandas lack the special pores in their skin required to make their hair puff up, and generally do not need to make themselves look any larger.
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Giant Pandas have the same ancestor as Raccoons, but are in the Bear Clade. Lesser Pandas are in the Raccoon Clade, and all Bears, Raccoons, and Dogs have a common ancestor. Giant Pandas are closely related to Raccoons, more related than any other species in the Bear Clade.
Giant Pandas are bears, and placental mammals, and koalas are not. Koalas are marsupials, and are not related to bears in any way. They are not "koala bears" - just "koalas". Giant Panda young are called cubs and koalas young are called joeys. Giant Pandas' cubs are born far more developed than koala joeys. Koala joeys are about the size of a bean when born, and must complete their development in the mother's pouch. Koalas… Read More
Well, yes because they are both chinese. Pluss pandas are my fav animal and I own three shih-tzu's
They do not have any specific predators, they are the largest animal in their ecosystem. This means they do not have to get away from anything.
They act like they are the only ones in the world and that they dont need any one to tell them what they have to do.
Giant pandas are threatened by habitat loss. They have a very specific diet (99% bamboo) and therefor can only survive in bamboo forests. These are rapidly disappearing in China, however, and when without any space or food, they would die out.
Pandas adapt to any place that is in a forest with bamboo.they seriously live mostly in asia in a mountain in a forest of bamboo hope i could help -the panda master
Giant Pandas originated from China. But migrated to places like Asia an any other place that is wet. They are also in places that grow bamboo. That is what the Panda eats.
Pandas are not for sale. All giant pandas are owned by the Chinese government who will lease them to certain zoos. However, they remain the property of China as well as any of their offspring.
The Giant Panda is an endangered species, with 266 in captivity and approximately 1590 in the wild. There is no commercial value to any parts or products made from Pandas, and trade in parts of endangered species is illegal and punishable by fines and/or imprisonment. They will probably be arrested or sentenced to death.
yes,they go in the lake at one point of the time but they don`t like it much
There are many things that can help the cause of protecting the Giant Panda, you can join or create a Panda club. You can help the Giant Panda by working with any of the many different organizations that are working to save the panda. You can volunteer your time to help your group meet it's goals. Learning all you can about the Giant Panda, it's habitat and the causes of it's decline will give you… Read More
No more or less purpose than any other living being. It found a niche where it could live and that's it.
Giant Pandas feed mainly on bamboo, that is now becoming endangered as well. Without this bamboo, it cannot survive. As more and more bamboo trees get cut down, so do the giant pandas. Plus, they are very shy animals, making it hard to track them in the wild, or help them in any way. Probably, the best and maybe only way to help them wouldbe to stop cutting down on the amount of bamboo that… Read More
Not in the typical sense, as there are no animals that hunts and eats pandas. Some pandas are poached, but their biggest threat is from loss of habitat - humans are taking over where they used to live. Pandas don't really have natural enemies. Their main predator is humans and possibly snow leopards. A giant panda can live about 20 years in the wild.
Giant Pandas originated from China. But migrated to places like Asia an any other place that is wet. They are also in places that grow bamboo. As that is what the pandas usually eat. But pandas are actually omnivores as they used to eat meat. The founders of pandas thought that pandas only ate bamboos as they lived in the forests of bamboos. And ever since they were moved to a zoo, they have been… Read More
It is illegal to hunt gaint pandas for many reasons. They are going extint. They are endangered animals and Chinese government made it illegal to hunt, kill or capture giant pandas. Only zoos have pandas, outside china. Well, it just law. People shouldn't be killing creatures any way. Its wrong, a deer is harmless but people kill that. Gaint pandas are to!
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Like any animals Giant Pandas have "typical" food and a "once in while" food. Their diet is over 99% bamboo. Occasionally eat other plants such as grasses, wild tubers. Very rarely they eat meat, birds, rodents if they can catch then but also carrion if they find it..So the principal food chain is "Bamboo -> Panda" Dead pandas ay be eaten by carnivores, rodents or insects.
You can try to google the subject of live webcams and wild orca or giant panda. You might look up different zoos and see if they have any live web cams of different habitats as well.
There are a total of 33 giant panda bears. Nineteen of them lived within the Untied States. Records of these panda started in 1933 until the present.
pandas are being extinct because there habitat is being cut down and the loss of food there main source of food is bamboo and that takes a long time to grow so they have to go hunting for any other foods they can eat ...
that's a good question.. the habit of eating certain bamboo and only nursing one baby is something that would cause any animal to be extinct.. "save the pandas" - well they really have no chance unless we do everything for them so why bother..
Adult giant pandas are the largest animal in their habitat and have no natural predators. Young pandas are occasionally taken by animals such as the snow leopard or jackal.
The main known ones are the Red Panda and the Giant Panda, but personally, I don't know of any others. There are more answers just keep looking..
Pandas are not native to the UK. Any pandas that are in the UK are in zoos.
Well, for one, it's habitat. The Giant Panda lives in the mountains of China, and have adapted to that sort of enviroment. Also, pandas look different to any other bear in its own way, including the rings around its eyes ect.. Pandas are not actually bears. Their closest relatives are racoon-type mammals.
Forrest Gump does not have any pandas living in him.
There actually aren't any pandas in Canada.
Pandas do not hibernate at any time of the year.