At what age can giant pandas live on their own?

Answer Panda cubs stay with their mothers for about three years. At birth, a panda cub weighs just three to five ounces and is roughly the size of a stick of butter. Cubs do not open their eyes until the... Read More »

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How many giant pandas still live in the wild?

The San Diego Zoo states that an estimated 1,600 giant pandas still exist in the wild in different parts of China, as of 2010. The panda faces extinction because of hunting pressures, loss of habit... Read More »

What biome do giant pandas live in?

The endangered giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) inhabits the temperate forest biome, making its home among the mountains, deciduous trees and coniferous forests of southern central China. There... Read More »

Where do wild giant pandas live in china?

The giant panda lives in six fragmented areas of forest in the Gansu, Shaanxi and Sichuan Provinces of the central portion of southwest China. Its habitat exists at altitudes between 5,000 and 10,0... Read More »

In what location do giant pandas live in China?

Giant pandas live in a handful of mountain ranges in central and southwestern China, most concentrated in the Sichuan province. Farming and deforestation have reduced the size of their habitat cons... Read More »