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Companion species of the giant panda

Companion species of the giant panda include snub-nosed monkeys red pandas musk deer wildebeests wildebeests common pheasants common pheasants and golden pheasants. golden pheasant These precious creatures basically share the same habitats with the giant panda. In terms of natural history, they are ancient creatures that have lived for [...]

Where Do Pandas Live ?

Where Do Pandas Live? The giant panda has once spread across the watersheds of Yangzi River, Yellow River and Pearl River, ranging from Beijing suburbs to Guangdong area, even Southeast Asia. Now we can only see them in ranges of Qinling Mountains, Min Mountains, Qionglai Mountains, Liang Mountains, and Xiangling Mountains.   According to the [...]

Why Are Pandas Endangered

Becasue of themselves, pandas are too confindent with their weight     Kidding ... There are internal and external factors that contribute to endanger giant pandas. Internal factors include their eating habit, sex ability, and high specification of parenting behaviors. External factors, on the other hand, include destruction of habitats into unconnected isles, and the [...]

Panda Excreting

Newly-born panda cubs are premature infants, incapable of excreting voluntarily. Therefore, early parenting by mother pandas includes licking the anus and perineum to stimulate excretion. Cubs that are raised by human can normally excrete on their own about 130 days after birth. For this period of approximately 4 months, breeders stabilize the cubs with one [...]

Why do pandas only live in China

Ailuaractos lufengensis (ancient pandas) had existed in East Asia, more precisely South China nowadays, since 8 million years ago. They were certainly not exclusively found in East Asia though – Agriarcros goaci, one of their related species, had once spread through European humid forests in today’s Hungary and France. But the entirety of Europe was [...]

Are Panda No Longer Endangered ?

On Sep 4 U.S. time, 2016,International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) announced an improvement in giant panda’s conservation status from EN (Endangered) to VU (Vulnerable). In response to the announcement, China National Forestry Bureau claimed that giant pandas are still an endangered species, and that it is too early to announce an improvement of its [...]

Why Do Pandas Eat Bamboo

Giant panda’s ancestor was a carnivore. When it came to The Ice Age, extreme coldness forced Ailuaractos lufengensis (ancient pandas) and other carnivores into a narrow habitat. Available food shrank in scale, forcing the ancient pandas to turn herbivore. Subsequent increasing survival pressure has further changed the giant panda into eating hard-to-digest and unwholesome bamboos. [...]

Which place can I go to see pandas in China?

There are 475 pandas at 68 zoos in China North China Zoo Amount Website Beijing Zoo 9 pandas http://www.bjzoo.com/ Tianjin Zoo 1 pandas http://www.tjzoo.net/ Tianjin photosynthetic Valve Zoo 2 pandas www.guanghegu.net.cn Shijiazhuang Zoo 2 pandas www.sjzszoo.com Taiyuan Zoo 2 pandas http://www.taiyuanzoo.cn Ordos Zoo 2 pandas http://www.ordoszoo.net/ Northeastern China Zoo Amount Website Dalian [...]

Is it possible to recognize pandas

It is possible to recognize pandas For example, the most three famous pandas   Qiyi, it is well-known because of hugging leg.I think almost panda lovers watched this video. The label of Qiyi is hair on its head, it is like WIFI signal   Chengjiu also called Xiao huihui, grey and white [...]

Pandas that born in US and moved to China

According to the regulation, any panda baby born during the borrowing shall be returned to china before 4 years old. Below are pandas that born in USA and moved to China Hua Mei, was born 1999 in the San Diego Zoo and moved to China in 2004.   Mei Sheng, born 2003 at the San Diego Zoo, [...]