Pandas and other wildlife eat Bengal bamboo.
yes/ koalas, pandas, and gorillas eat bengal bamboo
A panda is not a carnivore because he/she eats bamboo and bamboo is a plant not meat.
it adaptes like any othe plant
i really don't know the answer but i need to know for my science biome project. Can anyone please help me on this? i don't have much time. Please? Edited answer: The bengal Bamboo plant needs N, P,K as basic nutrients and other micronutrients required for the normal growth of a plant.
the panda is the animal that eats bamboo
Bengal Bamboo is a type of plant, so it is neither a carnivore, omnivore, or a herbivore. It produces its own energy through photosynthesis. It is consumed by mainly herbivores, namely the Giant Panda's of Asia.
Yes(: Some other rainforest plant are...Bengal Bamboo, Bougain Villea, Curare, Coconut Tree, Durian, Jambu, Kapok Tree, Mangrove Forests, Strangler Figs, Tualang(:
The Bengal Bamboo lives in the under canopy layer, which is the bottom of the canopy.
Panda eats bamboo. Panda are having not enough bamboo as the bamboo are demolished for some settlements.
A panda does not have prey. It just eats bamboo. A native plant in western china.
it eats bamboo and it eats it in china
Pandas and gorillas eat bamboo.
Bamboo is a vascular plant.
Bamboo is a type of plant.
bamboo is flowering plant
A bamboo plant.
Bamboo is a non-flowering plant
Bamboo is a C3-plant.
Bamboo mites Pandas eat bamboo shoots