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These are the only animations of Pandas however, there maybe some used on other pages and more aninations can be accessed from the table at the bottom of the page.


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Roaming in a few isolated spots in the Sichuan basin and mountain ranges in southwest China also including the Gansu and Shaanxi provinces along the eastern edge of the Tibetan Plateau, the Giant Panda (Ailuropoda Melanoleuca; translating to “black and white cat-footed”) also referred to in Chinese as da xiongmao (large bear-cat).

Dating back to the Pleistocene Era and according to fossil evidence their territory once covered as far south as Vietnam and Myanmar. Today, there are merely 290 Pandas living in captivity with an estimated 1,600 living within China’s mountains.

Although they sleep between 8–12 hours daily, Pandas do not hibernate as they lack enough body fat to do so. Instead, they move to lower altitudes when temperatures drop and then again climb back up to higher altitudes when the temperature rises.

Born blind and covered with fine white fur, weighing in at just 105gms (3.7ozs). Their distinctive markings start to emerge around their 10th day of life; between 1½–2 months their eyes open; the Panda’s coat takes on its fully recognizable appearance by approximately 25 days. At the age of four months of age, they are able to walk; at one year the cub is already climbing large trees by hugging the trunk and gripping on with its claws. They spend two plus years with their mother.

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According to the World Wildlife Fund the perpetually low birth rates and high infant death rates have made panda reproduction efforts (while in captivity) very challenging and not yet sustainable. Between the ages of 4–10 years, they are finally able to procreate but females are only fertile once each year in the springtime. With a gestation period of between 97–163 days, they give birth on average of every 2–3 years to a maximum of two cubs of which only one generally survives.

Mature male Pandas weigh 102kgs (225lbs) and female 87½kgs (193lbs) and measure from m (4–6ft) long. Although Pandas held in captivity have been known to reach the age of 35, their average lifespan in captivity is 30, while in the wild they reach approximately 20 years of age. The oldest known Panda was a 37 year old female in Wuhan Zoo’s, called Dudu.

Subsisting on a largely herbivore diet of bamboo stems, leaves and shoots, for which they aren’t naturally designed to process. As a matter of fact they actually possess carnivore-friendly digestive systems (which accommodates the odd rodent that they are known to eat). For this very reason, they tend to consume an average of 12½kgs (28lbs) of bamboo each day, which amounts to over 4.5 tonne (5 ton U.S.) annually. When necessary they also augment their diets with other plants like crocuses, irises and gentians.

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Medium.

 

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 Peter Panda.


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Only Size.

 

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 Found in Party.


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 Found in Party/Birthday.


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 Found in People/Asians.


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