What does a panda look like?
It is white with black patches around the eyes, ears shoulders, chest, legs, and feet. This black-and-white colouring may camouflage the panda in a snowy, rocky environment.
it depends on what knid of panda. a brown panda and a giant panda are basically the same, but the brown panda is brown as opposed to black. red pandas look much like raccoons, but are an orangey reddy browny kind of color. look up "giant panda" on google images and you will see a giant panda. imagine the black on that panda is a brown color, and you have a brown panda.
The Panda Oranda is simply another line bred member of the Goldfish family and if you breed one with another variety of goldfish you will get some that look like Panda Orandas, some that look like the other goldfish and some that carry the genes of one but look like the other and vice-versa. You would be reversing the years of work that expert fish breeders have done in developing the Panda Oranda in one…
Nope! They are actually the same species. There is no such thing as a 'regular panda'. The real name of every black and white panda is the giant panda. There is another species of panda though, but it is called the red panda. They look like red and orange raccoons, but are separate from both bears and raccoons genetically, and a new family has been made just for them, called the Ailuridae family.