Do all pandas belong to china?
Panda's only live in remote mountains inside of China. After deforestation and hunting periods that have greatly diminished panda populations, China is the only country they now survive in. Because of this limited territory, China has great control over panda movement. And because panda's have not been outside of China, and were not known about by the rest of the world's population until a little over a century ago, they have not reproduced outside of China. Also, there has been little success in breeding Pandas in captivity. So in short, because no nation that has received a panda as a "gift" from China (only happening once recently in past few decades) has had healthy/living offspring, there are no "free pandas" outside of China. All pandas that are given to other countries now are typically on "lease" for a 10-year period, and any offspring born from the leased parents are to be returned to China after 4 years. Taiwan recently received pandas as a "gift", so if the offspring of these animals were healthy and prospered, they would be the first free pandas outside of China.
Well San Diego zoo also has pandas.
If pandas belong to China idiots belong to the USA.
Well San Diego zoo also has pandas.
If pandas belong to China idiots belong to the USA.
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CHINA Most wild pandas live in Sichuan Province, Yunnan Province and Guizhou Province in China. Also there are many pandas raised in zoos in many large cities in China.
It is actually illegal to kill pandas in china therefore it is not a sport. . Pandas are also protected species by international law. Harming or disturbing, let alone killing them, will result in severe criminal prosecution.. Random Fact: China uses the death penalty. .
The Giant Panda lives in the isolated mountains of China. It has some forested areas that are reserved to protect them, but they have been pushed back into the higher elevations of only a few provinces of southwestern China. About three quarters are in the Sichuan Province. But there are some Giant… Pandas found in Minshan, Qinling, Shaanxi, and Gansu provinces. They also have some range left along the eastern rim of the Tibetan Plateau. For more details, please see the sites listed below. ( Full Answer )
In the 1940s, the Chinese government began conservation efforts to protect the Giant Pandas. In 1963, the China Research & Conservation Center for the Giant Panda at the Wolong Nature Reserve, Sichuan Province, was established.
few mountain ranges in china. In Sichuan. The Sichuan Giant Panda Sanctuaries is the home to more than 30% of the world's pandas which are classed as highly endangered, covers 924,500 ha with seven nature reserves and nine scenic parks in the Qionglai and Jiajin Mountains.
There is only one place where giant pandas live in the wild: high in the mountains of central China. There, they live in cold and rainy bamboo forests that are often misty and shrouded in heavy clouds. Once upon a time, giant pandas lived in lowland areas. However, as people built more and more farm…s and cities on that land, the giant pandas were forced up into the mountains. Today, they live at elevations of 5,000 to 10,000 feet. ( Full Answer )
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Pandas have been a symbol of peace, humbleness and cuteness due to their usually docile behaviour and vegetarian diet. Since this was also the image that the Chinese government wanted to project to other nations, a diplomatic strategy called "Panda Diplomacy" was developed. See the associated link f…or more details. ( Full Answer )
about 1000- 1500 and about 120 in breeding centers around the world... including red pandas. ps i have a presentation and i might post it on the internet but it says the same thing so dont im copying it from that.
The specie of the Giant Panda was found in China and will stay in it's habitat for life until death and china is known for it's Giant Panda's!!!. tht's the real answer above true fact. and by the way tara is a loser and weird yh tht's riteshe is !
Ive heard it is the embodiment of fertility, but I can understand quite how they came to that conclusion given the pandas lack of sex drive!. Why does it need to symbolise something anyway? Its an animal not a sacred relic! haha! Poor panda!
The Giant Panda symbolizes peace, friendship, and power in China.This animal is also a symbol of endangered animals used by theWorld Wildlife Fund.
China's Giant Pandas are found only in the Sichuan, Shanxi, and Gansu Provinces. There are less than 1,000 giant pandas left, with 80% of them located in the Sichuan Province.
it belongs to bear family actually, it is not a bear, it is part of the raccoon family
There is also an asiatic black bear and an ussuri brown bear. Theasiatic black bear lives in central china, southern china, and innortheastern china. The ussuri brown bear is found at the verynorth tip of northeast china.
The scientific classification is as follows; Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: ChordataClass: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Ursidae (bear family) Genus: Ailuropoda Species: A. melanoleuca
The scientific classification is as follows;. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Ursidae (bear family) Genus: Ailuropoda Species: A. melanoleuca
Yes, it does. For many years it was thought to be a member of the raccoon family, but modern genetic and DNA testing show it is, indeed, a bear.
It belongs to: . Kingdom:. Animalia . Phylum:. Chordata . Class:. Mammalia . Order:. Carnivora . Family:. Ursidae . Genus:. Ailuropoda . Species:. A. melanoleuca .
One and one only was given to the Washington DC zoo as a gift of peace and friendship.
phylum chordata Ans#2: It belongs to: . Kingdom:. Animalia . Phylum:. Chordata . Class:. Mammalia . Order:. Carnivora . Family:. Ursidae . Genus:. Ailuropoda . Species:. A. melanoleuca .
Pandas can be found in the mountain ranges of central China. Mainly in Sichuan provinces but also in the Shaanxi and Gansu provinces.
well they don't live in any certain forest they only live in a few mountain ranges in central China's Sichuan, Shaanxi, and Gansu provinces.
i believe that answer to that is "bears" because they are also called Panda bears.\n
China has created many nature preserves for giant pandas. They alsohave laws to protect them from hunters and poachers.
Their called Giant Pandas and the region is in the Gansu, Shaanxi, and Sichuan Provinces. Which are east to the Tibetan Plateau.
Panda bears DO live in both. However they tend to thrive in zoos instead of the wilds of China because of the special care in zoo habitats. The people living near the Panda polpulation in China are cutting down the bamboo and limiting the Panda Bear's resources.
They're almost like a mascot, it is also an infamous endangered animal so all the worlds eye are on them to save the species.
Pandas are cute and cuddling in http://wiki.answers.com/# yet they are very strong. Keep this in mind when making judgments based on first appearances. The contrasting coloring of black and white of a Panda's fur is representative differences in cultures. Black and white also are depicted in yin y…ang symbols indicating the importance of balance between masculine and feminine energies. When Panda surfaces it is good to work on balancing anything that is off skelter in your life. The Panda as a totem also represents diplomacy because of the history of China gifting Giant Pandas as diplomatic gifts to other countries. The Panda's appearance is quite exotic, anyone with Panda as a totem is likely interested in the exploration of exotic lands and cultures different from their own. Agile tree http://wiki.answers.com/# , the Panda as a totem has a unique ability to tap into higher knowledge. Panda medicine is a wonderful http://wiki.answers.com/# for soul development. ( Full Answer )
They are a symbol of China. Also, if the pandas didnt eat so much banboo, thre would be too much of it.
Pandas can be found in the provinces of Sichuan, Gansu, and Shanxi, which are in central to southwestern China.
No'one's really sure, probably because of the climate or maybe the food that china provides for the animals, not many people would know this answer.
yeah it does especially flying ones that can turn invisible >.< no it really does
many people are now taking them to refugees and taking care of them because they are not so good at surviving by themselves.
Many Chinese people are trying to save the pandas, but some are still trying to poach them for their valuable coats.
well kind of but they are mostly known to live in Japan though but some pandas are in China like the Red Panda in thought âºâ»âºâ» hope you like the answer because im only 11 that came from my head just thinking!
The Giant Panda is classed in the family Ursidae, along with all the other bears.
Actually, China DOES own all of the Giant Pandas (not sure aboutRed Pandas, which are a completely different species anyway).Pandas are a highly endangered species, and since they are locatedin the wild only in China, the Chinese government can placewhatever restrictions they see fit in order to pro…tect and conservethe species. (As far as I know, this is true of any speciesindigenous to one particular part of the world, like kangaroos inAustralia). Any pandas seen in zoos outside of China are on loan to that zoofor a certain period of time (during which the zoo pays Chinayearly), and are then returned to China. Any panda cubs born inzoos have to be returned to China after a while (I think fouryears). ( Full Answer )
There are several reasons why pandas are endangered : Low reproductive rate - Pandas like to be by themselves most of the year, and they have a very short breeding season when a male will look for a female to mate with. Females give birth to one or two cubs, which are very dependent on their mothe…rs during the first few years of life. In the wild, mother pandas will care for only one of the young. In panda facilities in China, keepers help to hand raise any twin cubs. One baby is left with the mother and the keepers switch the twins every few days so each one gets care and milk directly from the mother. Bamboo shortages - When bamboo plants reach maturity, they flower and produce seeds, and then the mature plant dies. The seeds grow slowly into plants large enough for pandas to eat. Giant pandas can eat 25 different types of bamboo, but they usually eat only the 4 or 5 kinds that grow in their home range. The unusual thing about bamboo is that all of the plants of one species growing in an area will bloom and die at the same time. When those plants die, pandas move to another area. But now, with humans taking up much of the panda's habitat, pandas are often unable to move to another area and may face starvation. Habitat destruction - China has more than one billion people. As people build more cities and farms and use more natural resources, giant pandas lose their homes. Hunting - When hunters set snares for other animals, like musk deer, the traps often kill pandas instead. Tigers are endangered mainly from poachers. Poachers are people who hunt illegally. There used to be 100,000 tigers in Asia alone and now there are only 4,000 tigers left around the whole world. Poachers even hunt in parks where some tigers live. Some people will pay 65,000 dollars for 1 tiger skin. So that is basically why tigers are endangered, and maybe if we try hard enough we can get them back. ( Full Answer )
Yes. Qinling pandas are a subspecies of the giant panda, found in 1965 but not recognized as a subspecies until 2005. They live in the Qinling Mountains of China and are about 200-300 in the wild.
Technically, yes red pandas are pandas. In fact they were the very first pandas. The other pandas were named after it.
The giant panda comes from China . It lives in the south east of China and central China.
South China Sea does not belong to any one just like Indian Ocean.China and Taiwan claim it since 1947 but no nation has recognizedsince China and Taiwan are both Chinese.
Not yet. But we do need to help them NOT go endangerd by not chopping dowm their homes to make farms and furniture becauese they eat bamboo the most and if they do not eat it they will get very sick and die.
one of the ways china helps pandas is the increasingly large supply of bamboo which pandas need to eat/live and grow.
They are becoming increasingly threatened as their habitat is being destroyed and butchered:the pandas live in the remaining bamboo forests of China, but as they are being cut down for resources and building sites, their home and main food source is being ungratefully cut down. If you want more inf…ormation check out my home page on YouTube: MoonlightWalnut ( Full Answer )
There are many ways that pandas get killed. People are cutting forest and they can't live with no home. They are also killing pandas for their fur. So that is why only a few pandas in China are left.
A lot of people are going to help pandas. They are going to help by not cutting down bamboo trees. I like to help. By not hunting pandas for their fur. . Also I can go to China and help save the pandas.
The Panda is a protected species in China. Anyone who hurts orkills a panda can get serious penalties. Before 1997, this wouldeven include the death penalty.
some people say now but other people say yes. but they actually canlive in southern china