Giant Panda

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Science
Subject:
Animals
Grade:
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Giant Panda

Giant Panda

Ailuropoda melanoleuca

Description

The Giant Pandas are white and black and weigh from 100-150kg. They have 1 or 2 babies at a time and 6 babies in their life.

Giant Pandas live in China in the mountains in bamboo forests. The move higher into the mountains instead of hibernating

Enviorment

Giant Panda's Food

The great panda is a consumer and an omnivore. It eats Bamboo, honey, eggs, leaves, fruits vegetables and birds.

Giant pandas are endangered because of habitate loss and low birth rates. Killing of pandas for their fur used to be a problem, but it isn't a problem.

Bamboo, which is a Panda's main food source, dies off in 15-20 year intervals. Pandads have to move and find new healthy bamboo during these periods.

Problems

Problems

There are now 50 reserves buit for Giant Pandas in China. Logging was banned in 1988, which helps keep their habitat safe

WWF is active in conserving giant pandas since 1980. They do reaserch and preserve the pandas. They make nature reserves for the pandas.

Solution

China spends millions of dollars for giant panda reserves. There are 160 great pandas in zoos which are mainly in China.For every 6 million people, there is one great panda living in the wild.

Problems and Solutions

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