No, pandas do not hibernate nor do they estivate.
Red pandas do not hibernate.
Pandas do not hibernate at any time of the year.
Pandas don't hibernate!
Unfortuantly pandas do not hibernate. Im not sure about migrate but my answer is none. They dont hibernate or migrate. Answered by Pepsi906
they do not hibernate!
Red pandas don't have to hibernate as most of their food is available all year round.
Red Pandas are primarily nocturnal creatures, and spend most of their time curled up on a branch asleep. The are not known to hibernate, as the climate that they live in does not have harsh winters. Therefore they do not need to hibernate.
I think pandas hibernate.
Pandas do not hibernate. They have a constant supply of bamboo in their natural habitat.
Most hibernate but not all species-pandas don't.
Pandas love sleep, but they don't hibernate. Instead they seek more comfortable altitudes.
Pandas don't hibernate because they need to eat constantly, and hibernating is three months when they can't eat. They also don't have the fat reserve to hibernate.
A pandas diet consists solely of bamboo, and because of this the Panda does not hibernate. The bamboo is not enough to hold it through the winter.
Well, I'm not completely sure but I think so...
They only eat bamboo leaves and can not store enough energy from them for prolonged periods of hibernation or estivation.
Giant pandas live in mountainous areas in China. They act much like other bears, hunt by themselves, but they do not hibernate.
They dont react because they dont hibernate because their food lasts every year
Giant pandas actually do not hibernate like other bears. Their primary food source, bamboo, grows all year-round, so they do not need to hibernate.
24 hours to eat the whole day, but if they're in the Arctic they hibernate for six months.
They eat and eat and eat. If they hibernate through the winter, they must lay down lots of fat. Pandas only eat bamboo and because of this they can't hibernate since they don't lay down enough fat.