Where do pandas migrats?
Pandas don't migrate. That is for birds. Pandas are mammals.
Chinas most famous animals are Pandas pandas Pandas pandas
Technically, yes red pandas are pandas. In fact they were the very first pandas. The other pandas were named after it.
There are giant pandas and then the unrelated red pandas.
Here are some good questions: What type of animal is a panda? Where do pandas live? What do pandas eat? How do pandas find food? How do pandas protect themselves? How do pandas care for their young? Why are pandas endangered?
'les pandas' and 'les pandas gÃ©ants' for the giant pandas.
No.Male pandas are bigger than female pandas.
pandas come from larger pandas, who later grow to be big and have little pandas
pandas are shy animal and it behaiver other pandas sucessful behaiver.
They are both Pandas
Giant pandas and Red pandas.
There are Giant Pandas and Red Pandas.
Pandas don't talk.
The banapu pandas are a evovled descendent of ancient African baboons. While the kakatona pandas are descendants of kakatoos. The ratunia pandas are descendants of Asian rats.
The possessive form of the plural noun pandas is pandas'. Example: We visited the pandas' enclosure at the zoo.
Yes, pandas have a backbone, and are classified as vertebrates. Pandas or verebrate Yes, all pandas are vertebrates.
Pandas will give birth to baby pandas.
For all i know are Giant Pandas and Red Pandas.
yes are much much bigger then red pandas but pandas are known better
Giant Pandas are bears. Red pandas are not related to Giant Pandas although they are related to raccoons.
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
Panda mates too. They have to have something to attract other pandas. So the pandas have spots to attract other pandas
No Red Pandas live in North America and Giant Pandas live in Japan or China
The possessive form of the plural noun pandas is pandas'. Example: Development by people is encroaching on the pandas' habitat.
red pandas are red and black and white pandas are black and white
Pandas eat bamboo . Panda's are endangered . Pandas are a bear.
no they are not smaller then smal pandas.
Good and bad are human viewpoints. Pandas are just pandas.
Pandas live in the bamboo forests of China. Pandas are not, however, purple. There are Giant Pandas, which are black and white, and Red Pandas, which are... well, kind of reddish-brown, actually.
The word panda was borrowed into English from French, but no conclusive explanation of the origin of the French word panda has been found.
Pandas are not rubbish. They are soon going to be extinct animals and they are brilliant animals. Remember: pandas are NOT rubbish! Yeah, pandas are mammals.
Giant pandas are closer to the bear family, while the red pandas are closer to the raccoon family.
there still pandas but just in different place
they're just pandas caught from the wild.
Yea red pandas are one of the most pandas endanger
the number of pandas is incrieacing but there should be about 50,000 pandas in the world.
some pandas are male and some pandas are female
then there would only be blue pandas no their would only be giant pandas and they would go extinct right after red pandas.
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.
There is no specific collective noun for pandas (although I did come across 'a pandemonium of pandas'), perhaps because pandas are normally solitary creatures in the wild. When there is none specified, any noun suitable for the situation can function as a collective noun; for example, a family of pandas, a group of pandas, an pair of pandas, etc.
do giant pandas have any type of fighting medicine can giant pandas fight dangerous sickness gaint pandas againts sickness gaint pandas againts sickness
Pandas can not meow.
No, pandas are Chinese.
no pandas do not jump
i love pandas
No, pandas do not dance.
Pandas give birth to live young. There are no eggs laid. Pandas are viviparous.
Pandas are indigenous to China. The only Pandas in Australia are in Zoos.