Pandas are important to our ecosystem because if we don’t have pandas in our ecosystem the ecosystem will collapse. It will collapse because the pandas help the bamboo trees grow more in China. In this website called WWF, they say,¨We should do everything we can to save the giant panda because we are the ones that driven it to the edge of extinction. And because we can. But pandas also play a crucial role in
Pandas are cute, cuddly and one of the most beloved animals in the world. Sadly, their numbers have declined and there are only 1600 pandas left living in the wild. Do you ever ask why? To save them is the mission of many conservationists, but should this be at any expense? The dilemma that is facing the animal world right now; should we save pandas or should we allow them to become extinct? The emotive photos of pandas on the internet are the only reason why everyone is in love with them. In reality, pandas are terrifically expensive to protect and our choice, your choice cannot be based on the fact of their endearing fluffiness, while other less attractive species are forced to stay in a shadow and wait for their death to approach.
Panda Bears are adorable. They are very resourceful and family-oriented. This is part of the reason I love them, and am do a report over them. They make me all warm and cuddly inside. Panda’s are most widely known for their black and white coat of fur. I find this their cutest feature. It’s going to be a “Pandemonium” of time.
The NCAA is a non-profit organization that organizes and executes college sports, which includes football, basketball, etc. Key word from the previous sentence would be “non-profit organization”. What kind of “non-profit organization” makes as much money as they do? The NCAA players bring in great revenue with their outstanding efforts in bringing their team up to the top, because that is what the fans like to watch. Now does it seem fair that the NCAA does not give the players back any money at all to the players that actually bring the money in? In simple terms the NCAA makes large amounts of profits and needs to start distributing some of the money to the players (History of College Basketball, 2013). According to another article, the
Pandas infrequently reproduce because they are only able to become pregnant in 3-4 days in the spring (“Giant Panda” 1). The main cause of their population decline is deforestation. China has a vastly growing population and is taking away their resources and habitats for development( “Giant Panda”1). With such a low chance of reproducing and a low count of population in the wild, it is obligatory for them to be kept in conservation. The forestry administration stated about the pandas, “If we downgrade their conservation status, or neglect or relax our conservation work, the populations and habitats of giant pandas could still suffer irreversible loss, and our achievements would be quickly lost,” (Stack, Liam 1). I completely agree with their view on conservation. Not stabilizing their conservation, but reducing it, is basically giving the pandas the title, “hopeless” instead of vulnerable. There is no reason to go backwards when the pandas have been doing very well. The chinese government put, so much effort and investment into these pandas. It would be a shame to see hard work go to waste, just as soon as things started to get more
- Pandas are becoming endangered due and one the main reasons is habitat destruction. Since the population in China continues to grow, pandas' habitat gets taken over by development, pushing them into smaller and less livable areas.
Jennifer S. Holland tells facts about pandas of how they live, eat and things others didn’t know about. Holland went to zoos and China to study the Giant Pandas. Looking it up on the internet she found things she found out that sometimes pandas eat insects, and others.
There are pandas in china and they are big fluff balls and they're very cute(Hinsbergh). I think that a big fluffy animal that is about to go extinct they need protection and the research websites say there are only about 1000 pandas left in the wild, in china (“11 Reasons You Should go to China Right Now”).
Pandas have been on Earth for about two to three million years. They are descendants from their ancestral carnivores; bears, racoons, dogs, and cats. The primal panda, Ailurarctos lufengensis was around about 8 million years ago until went extinct in the late Miocene era. These mammals have not changed since evolution. The earliest pandas were small until 3 million years ago, when larger pandas developed. These mammals have not changed since evolution. The biggest changes they have undertaken have been their habitat and the size of their body. Fossils of the modern Giant Pandas date back to the middle of the Pleistocene era, 600,000 years ago. Pandas adapted to the widespread variety of plant resources in southern Asia. Thus, they lost their carnivorous and omnivorous traits from their ancestors. and the growth of agriculture. During the mid and late Pleistocene era, there were environmental changes. The Qingling Mountains, were pandas inhabited, became frozen, destroying their habitat. Over the past thousand of years, human civilization has caused pandas to live in high mountains. To this day, their unique diet, isolated habitat, and reproductive constraints have closely classified them as extinct. The evolution pandas, human civilization, and environmental changes have caused their population to drop. Until recently, it has been announced Giant Pandas are no longer endangered,
Although, the Population of Giant Pandas has increased, researchers are concerned about the decrease they will have in the future. Researchers believe change in climate will have a great impact on the animal’s bamboo habitat. Stacks states,
Awesome Panda Bears are endangered and that makes me sad.Because I love Panda's. Like me Panda's have skin and eye's and noses and mouths and teeth.
I think the red panda should be kept in the zoo because it is categorised as a vulnerable species. The population of the red panda is fewer than 10,000, some say as few as a couple of thousand, remain in the wild. Almost 50% of the red panda live in the Eastern Himalayas in China. The loss of nesting trees and bamboo is causing a decline in red panda populations across much of their range because their forest home is being cleared. Also, the red panda are often caught in traps and die even though the traps were meant for wild pigs and deers. In addition, they are poached for their distinctive pelts in China and Myanmar. To prevent further decrease in the red panda’s population, they should be protected, maybe in the enclosures. The captive population of red pandas provides a backup population for the wild population. The red panda lives for 13.4 years in enclosures, while in the wild the average lifespan is 8 to 10 years. Also, the gained knowledge about the panda’s situation may awake interest from visitors to the zoo to help save them. The red pandas live in the Eastern Himalayas where there are a lot of bamboo. They eat the youngest, most tender shoots and leaves of the bamboo plant which they like a lot. There are fewer
Pandas have so many unique adaptations besides their sixth toe, strong jaw muscles, and how they make their way down the mountain. There is one adaptation that helps them through their whole life and they wouldn’t know what to do without it. When a panda is a baby, their mother will play aggressively with them to enhance their survival skills. Without this way of learning a panda may not be able to survive when in a fight. When a mother plays with a cub, the cub starts to learn how to think fast, act back, and know exactly what to do when being attacked. This survival skill allows the panda to live a longer
Adult pandas are unique in the sense that they lack many natural predators due to their large size and unique environment. One of the biggest threat to the specie are humans who have hunted the animal for their pelts into near extinctions in.Besides hunting, they are greatly
Giant pandas are among the rarest mammals in the world. There are probably less than 1,000 left in the wild. Although adult giant pandas have few natural enemies, the young are sometimes preyed upon by leopards. Habitat encroachment and destruction are the greatest threats to the continued existence of the giant panda. This is mainly because of the demand for land and natural resources by China's 1 billion inhabitants. To offset this situation, the Chinese government has set aside 11 nature preserves where bamboo flourishes and giant pandas are known to live.