13 Of The Most Interesting Facts About Pandas

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The panda is one of the most interesting animals in the world. These facts will give you more insight the Panda.

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The adult panda can weight more than 100 pounds and can be up to 5 feet long.

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The panda is use to being in the wild. They can be found in thick bamboo forests. High up into the mountains around central china.

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These mammals are considered omnivores, they will eat small animals sometimes, 99% of what panada eats is bamboo.

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A panda eats around 25 to 40 pounds of bamboo per day.

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A panda can live 15-20 years in the wild, a more impressive 25-35 years in captivity.

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Pandas have a scientific name “Ailuropoda melanoleuca” this means “black and white cat-foot”.

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The baby pandas are born pink and measure only 15cm. This is considered the same size of a pencil and they’re also blind and can only open their eyes up six to eight weeks after they’re born.

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Pandas are considered a “lazy” animal. They eat and sleep for majority of their days.

The average panda will eat up to 14 hours in a full day and rest the remainder of the day away.

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Pandas don’t hibernate like majority of bears.

These pandas will instead go to lowered down mountains for the warmer weather.

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All pandas have 6 toes to help them grasp bamboo.

Their feet are considered to have “extra” thumbs that help them move bamboo into rolled up shapes to help eating faster.

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The female panda gives birth to a cub or two every two years. The cub will stay with the mother for 18 months before moving on to live on their own.wn!

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The panda is considered endangered and only about 1,000 are out there in the wild.

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The baby panda learns to climb at about 5 months.

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