What level is the giant panda at on the food chain?

Answer Giant pandas are primary consumers in the food chain. Primary consumers, by definition, consume primary producers---the grasses and trees of the Earth (in the case of pandas, the primary producer i... Read More »

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How are the red panda&giant panda different?

Both the red panda (Ailurus Fulgens) and the giant panda (Ailuropoda Melanoleuca) are endangered due to habitat loss. According to National Geographic, there are only about 1,000 giant pandas left ... Read More »

What does the giant panda eat?

Giant pandas are an endangered species of bear that are native to southwest China. Even though giant pandas are carnivores, they live almost exclusively off of bamboo and eat upward of 84 lbs. of t... Read More »

How big is a giant panda?

The giant panda is native to China and grows to approximately the same size as the American brown bear. Adult pandas may weigh as much as 350 pounds and be 4 to 6 feet long.Source:U.S. Fish and Wil... Read More »

What plant does the giant panda eat?

The giant panda eats bamboo almost exclusively; bamboo makes up 99 percent of its diet. The giant panda spends between 10 and 12 hours eating bamboo every day. Because the panda's bamboo-rich habit... Read More »