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Widyagana Putra.D. XI-Science. Giant Panda. ( Ailuropoda melanoleuca, "black-and-white cat-foot“ ). The panda has a diet which is 99% bamboo. The Giant Panda is an endangered species and highly threatened. 27 Country 1000 In the wild.

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Giant panda

Widyagana Putra.D.

XI-Science

Giant Panda


The giant panda is an endangered species and highly threatened 27 country 1000 in the wild

( Ailuropoda melanoleuca, "black-and-white cat-foot“ )

The panda has a diet which is 99% bamboo.

The Giant Panda is an endangered species and highly threatened. 27 Country1000 In the wild


A p p e a r a n c e s

The Giant Panda has a black-and-white coat. Adults measure around 1.5 m long and around 75 cm tall, at the shoulder.

Males-115 kg (253 pounds)

Females100 kg (220 pounds)

A Giant Panda cub, whose weight is approximately 150 grams.

A p p e a r a n c e s


B e h a v i o u r

In the wild, pandas are terrestrial animals .

climb and take shelter in hollow trees or rock crevices but do not establish permanent dens.

As such pandas do not hibernate.

B e h a v i o u r


Subspecies

Ailuropoda melanoleuca

Qinling Panda, Ailuropoda melanoleuca qinlingensis

-Subspecies-


Qinling panda ailuropoda melanoleuca qinlingensis

Qinling Panda, Ailuropoda melanoleuca qinlingensis


Classification

Classification

  • The Red Panda and the giant panda, although completely different in appearance.


Ailuropoda melanoleuca

Ailuropoda melanoleuca


E n d

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