Why are giant pandas endangered?

Answer Indigenous to southwestern China, giant panda bears generate great interest worldwide. Beginning life as little bundles of joy weighing about four to eight ounces, these uniquely colored bears grow... Read More »

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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 »

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 »

Do giant pandas eat meat?

Although the vast majority of a giant panda's diet consists of bamboo, the animal, which is a member of the bear family, will eat meat. The panda, according to the Zoo Atlanta website, sometimes ea... Read More »