Do giant pandas belong to the bear family?

Answer The giant panda, or Ailuropoda melanoleuca, is a member of the Ursidae family, to which all bears belong. It is the rarest of all bears and is native to China. The World Wildlife Fund website repor... Read More »

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Does the giant panda belong to the bear family?

The giant panda is a member of the family Ursidae, or bear family. There were only 1,600 giant pandas living in the wild as of 2010, with another 160 in zoos around the world.Source:National Zoo: G... Read More »

What Animals Belong to the Bear Family?

In the biological classification of species, identification ranges from broad (kingdom), through progressively more focused classifications (phylum, class, order, family and genus), to narrow (indi... Read More »

Do giant pandas migrate?

Giant pandas do not migrate, nor do they hibernate. In both their natural habitat and in captivity, these distinctive black and white bears typically spend their time one of three ways: resting, ea... Read More »

How do giant pandas breed?

Giant pandas are one of the most endangered animals in the world, with roughly 1,600 left in the wild. Because of the difficulty pandas have breeding in the wild, there are efforts to breed giant ... Read More »