What is the giant panda's diet?
Giant pandas have a bamboo, vegetation and small-animal diet,
since they are omnivores. They normally eat bamboo, but when it is
frozen or dead they prefer small animals for meals. They also drink
water, though baby pandas drink milk when they are very
1% honey, eggs, fish, yams, bananas, oranges, shrub leaves, carrion (decaying animal flesh), insects, plant bulbs, and small rodents, when available.
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Bamboo shoots provide the main part of giant pandas' diet. The Chinese people have turned much of the land that grew wild bamboo into farmland. The giant pandas did not change their diet and starved to death. The great reduction in the amount of wild bamboo caused a great reduction in the number of wild pandas.