How do pandas communicate with other pandas?
they communicate by poopin and pee'in on trees to say,"this is
my territory" to other pandas, like dogs do
Pandas make noises to communicate with other pandas
pandas communicate by leaving scents
YES! pandas communicate with each other by scratching on trees
Pandas bark, growl, yip, etc. They have even been known to moo!
It doesn't communicate verbally. It can talk to other pandas by secreting different smells.
By clawing trees and spraying urine.
Pandas communicate by rubbing an acidic-smelling substance; and also communicate vocally.
pandas are shy animal and it behaiver other pandas sucessful behaiver.
Panda mates too. They have to have something to attract other pandas. So the pandas have spots to attract other pandas
They bark squeal and sound almost like squirls
Pandas don't talk.
Pandas are not social animals and mainly live alone in a territory they have staked out. They look for other pandas when they want to mate.
ya but only with other pandas and other giraffes!
Technically, yes red pandas are pandas. In fact they were the very first pandas. The other pandas were named after it.
No, pandas are very territorial and do not permit other pandas in their territory. Only during the brief breeding period will the female allow a male in her territory.
disease, people, animals in asia, and other pandas are the main killers of pandas.
yes they do sometimes.
What are some other animals that live in china in the same habitat as the what other animals live with pandas what other animals that live with the pandas?
Pandas live with other animals which are birds, rabbits, snakes and insets
Giant pandas tend to prefer solitude to interaction with their own kind. They are solitary creatures only interacting during mating. Although they prefer to be alone, they use a series of scent markings and calls to communicate. Giants pandas eat bamboo and in the winter they don't hibernate like other bears.
through chemical signals; male through a large scent gland under their tail and femals through a similar chemical gland and through their urine.
They communicate by talking to each other
how do starfish communicate to each other
They only like some other pandas or there panda that they gave birth to
they eat their other animals stuff, because pandas are fatties.
of course they communicate with each other. all animals communicate with their own kind
No, pandas are not pack animals. They survive on their own.
no, never kill other people. Pandas always frienly!
No, pandas are solitary animals except for a mother with cubs. They do no tolerate other pandas in their territory.
Insects communicate with each other by sensory.
'''they have physical motions to communicate with each other'''
Red pandas are generally quiet creatures, but they use whistling noises to communicate.
yes, tigers will eat pandas and any other animal
Pandas were never introduced to Australia other then at the odd zoo.
Pandas are friends with other pandas and animals that cant eat them.
Pandas play the same way that many other animals do. They wrestle, they chase each other and sometimes they will cuddle.
Yes.It lives with other animals such as red pandas.Red Pandas look like a racoon.
Red pandas live in an ecosystem where other red pandas live. This is the best answer rated thank you
Captive breeding of pandas in zoos and other facilities are breeding and raising pandas to repopulate the former range of the animals.
they can communicate with the same animals they are. some can communicate with others.
Pandas don't have the best eyesight. Pandas also do not like to be too close to each other. The black and white coats help the pandas see each other so they don't get too close to each other (that doesn't include a mama bear and a baby bear).
Salamanders communicate with each other by visual ways. They also secrete a chemical that other salamanders can smell as a way to communicate.
pandas climb trees because they try to get there food and other animals
Pandas reproduce sexually, like all other animals.
Snow leopards will kill and eat young pandas but adult pandas are too big for the leopard to kill.
No, pandas don't get chickenpox. Chickenpox affects humans and a few other primates.
Giant pandas in the wild will occasionally eat other grasses, wild tubers, or even meat in the form of birds, rodents, or carrion. In captivity, they may receive honey, eggs, fish, yams, shrub leaves, oranges, or bananas along with specially prepared food.
Pandas hardly interact with other animals. They are known to be solitary animals that spend most of their time eating.
wolverines communicate with each other by howling, and some growl.
They communicate with each other through Canalicili Extensions.
They communicate by scents.