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Name Of Panda

Name Panda
Male Name boar
Femle Name sow
Kids/Baby Name cub
Group Name -
More About Panda

  • Pandas are almost becoming extinct. They are endangered because people are cutting down the bamboo that pandas eat to make farms.
  • Pandas can eat more than 10,000 kilograms of bamboo a day.
  • The mother panda can only take care of the baby panda for half a year (6 months).
  • People can't tell if a baby panda is a girl or a boy for four years.
  • The mother panda only has one baby every two years.
  • Pandas live in China on the mountainsides.
  • If all the bamboo is covered in snow the pandas will eat little mice or uncovered leaves.
  • Pandas are pink when they are born.
  • Panda mothers nurse their babies. Pandas are mammals.
  • If the mother panda has two babies she can only take care of one baby.
  • If the pandas don't have any bamboo to eat they will die.
  • An adult panda is typically 1.5 meters long (4 - 5 feet) and weighs about 75 to 135 kilograms (165 to 353 pounds).
  • Males are 10% to 20% heavier than females. Pandas live between 18 to 25 years in the wild.
  • Pandas have large molars and large jaw muscles extending from their jaw to the top of their head that crush the fibrous plant material and tough stalks of their main food, bamboo.
  • Pandas are most active at twilight and night
  • Their pupils have vertical slits, like snakes and many nocturnal animals, which allow them to see better at night.
  • Flexible forepaws and an enlarged wrist bone that works as an opposable thumb are useful for handling bamboo.
  • Hairs on the soles of their feet give them traction and reduce heat loss on ice and snow.
  • Pandas can climb trees. Usually, however, only cubs or females in heat climb trees.
  • The panda's coat has two layers: a coarse outer layer and a dense, wooly under layer. Their fur is slightly oily which prevents water penetration in the cool, damp climate where the pandas live.
  • Pandas are mostly with white with black across their shoulders; on their arms, legs, and ears; and around their eyes
  • Pandas are in the carnivore family and, for the most part, have the digestive system of a carnivore.
  • Although, ninety-five to ninety-nine percent of the pandas' diet is bamboo, they also eat flowers, vines, mushroom, grass, fish, and small rodents.
  • They eat for 10 to 16 hours per day and cover over one kilometer a day while eating.
  • When they are not eating, pandas often conserve energy by sleeping.
  • Pandas excrete up to 40 kilograms (88 pounds) per day. Because their feces eliminate more water than their food brings in, they usually drink at least once per day.

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