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    The Giant Panda

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    The Giant Panda (Ailuropoda Melanoleuca) lives in the bamboo forests of southwestern China. This type of panda is endangered and to this day "there are only around a thousand pandas left" (http//:panda.org, 1). "Adult giant pandas have a length of 160 to 180 centimeters (5/14 to 6 feet). The weight of an adult male giant panda is normally between 80 and 125 kilograms (176 and 276 pounds) with males typically weighing about 10% to 20% more than females--about the same size as the American

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    The Giant Panda

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    The giant panda, infamously known for their black markings and playful behavior, is among one of the most endangered species in the world. Pandas in the wild have few natural enemies; their species decline is mostly due to overpopulation of humans who continue to take up land space and lack of food during the intervals of bamboo blossom season. This paper will discuss the pandas’ ecology, subdivided into categories of their diet, habitat and behavior, how humans first developed a relationship with

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    The Giant Panda

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    The Giant Panda (scientifically known as Ailuropoda melanoleuca) are members of the Ursidae (bear) family. They are a conservation reliant endangered species living in the mountainous regions of South-west China. Due China’s rapidly expanding population more and more of this land is being cleared Ailuropoda melanoleuca are members of the Ursidae (bear) family. They are the only species in its genus.Biogeographical data (including habitat information and species niche within the ecosystem) Giant

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    Panda Bear Or Giant Panda

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    Pandas The panda bear or giant panda is located in the south central area of China. It is recognized for its appearance. It belongs to the Carnivore group even though it eats 99% bamboo. Pandas found in the wild will eat other grasses, wild tubers, or meat in the form of birds, rodents, or carrion. Pandas in captivity receive honey, eggs, fish, yams, shrub leaves, oranges, bananas, or other specially prepared foods. Pandas live in mountain ranges because deforestation has driven them from lowland

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    The panda bear or giant panda is located in the south central area of China. It is recognized for its appearance. It belongs to the Carnivore group even though it eats 99% bamboo. Pandas found in the wild will eat other grasses, wild tubers, or meat in the form of birds, rodents, or carrion. Pandas in captivity receive honey, eggs, fish, yams, shrub leaves, oranges, bananas, or other specially prepared foods. Pandas live in mountain ranges because deforestation has driven them from lowland areas

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    Giant Panda Decline

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    This world may soon lose something loved by almost all of humanity. The Giant panda, known to be one of the cutest creatures in the world, inhabiting the bamboo forests of central China and many zoos across the world. The Giant panda has a bear like body shape with black fur around the eyes, ears, legs, arms, and shoulders, while the rest of the fur is white. The Chinese consider the Giant panda almost sacred and have done so for a long time, trying their best to not interfere with the animal. This

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    Speech On Giant Panda

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    The Giant Panda [Photo Credit: lovethesepics.com] Introduction Ailuropoda melanoleuca – commonly known as Giant Panda, is a species of bear that is found in the mountains of central and western China. Due to its unique and adorable appearance, it has been the symbol of the World Wide Fund for Nature since it was founded in 1961. Historically, they inhabit broadleaf and coniferous forest with a thick bamboo under-storey at elevations between 5000 and 13000 feet. Fossil record of giant panda have

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    Essay on The Giant Panda

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         The Giant Panda (Ailuropoda Melanoleuca) lives in the bamboo forests of southwestern China. This type of panda is endangered and to this day “there are only around a thousand pandas left” (http//:panda.org, 1).       “Adult giant pandas have a length of 160 to 180 centimeters (5/14 to 6 feet). The weight of an adult male giant panda is normally between 80 and 125 kilograms (176 and 276 pounds) with males typically weighing about 10%

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    Essay on Giant Panda

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    the giant panda, you're right! The giant panda is also known as the panda bear, bamboo bear, or in Chinese as Daxiongmao, the "large bear cat." Actually, its scientific name means "black and white cat-footed animal." Giant pandas are found only in the mountains of central China. They live in dense bamboo and coniferous forests at altitudes of 5,000 to 10,000 feet. The mountains are covered in heavy clouds with torrential rains or dense mist throughout the year. Giant pandas are

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    The Giant Panda Paradigm Essay

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    The Giant Panda Paradigm The Giant Panda is a creature of mystery. Adults and children alike appreciate it for its cute, fuzzy, lovable qualities, but it is an animal that is in desperate need of immediate attention. Scientists know the basics: how and what they eat, where and how they live, and how they reproduce. The fact remains, however, that this universally loved national symbol of China is facing the threat of extinction. What accounts for this fact and what can be or is being done to

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