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 What would happen if giant pandas went extinct?

Answer In the September issue of the British newspaper The Telegraph, naturalist Chris Packham was quoted as saying "Giant Pandas should be allowed to die out." This animal is wavering on the very brink o... Read More »
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Why are giant pandas going extinct?

"The giant panda is a national treasure in China and is therefore protected by law," says the San Diego Zoo. However, according to the zoo, there are only about 1,600 of them left. The species is l... Read More »
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How much do giant pandas eat in one day?

The giant panda's diet consists primarily of bamboo. Because bamboo is low in nutrients, pandas spend at least 12 hours eating as much of 84 pounds (38 kg) of it per day. Giant Pandas may also eat ... Read More »
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Why are giant pandas mammals?

In order to explain why giant pandas are mammals, the characteristics that are necessary to classify an animal as a mammal must be examined. While it is true that most mammals are warm-blooded and ... Read More »
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What Is the Importance of Giant Pandas?

The giant panda, or Ailuropoda melanoleuca, is one of the most easily recognized animals on Earth and also one of the most endangered. Native to China, the giant panda is now found only in Sichuan,... Read More »
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