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Panda Bears. Climbing Animals. By: LF. Introduction. Scientific name Ailaropoda Meleanoleuca Scientists don’t know if it’s a raccoon or bear. . What They Look Like:. White with black spots—they look like raccoons Fur is thick, but also soft and silky

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panda bears

Panda Bears

Climbing Animals

By: LF

introduction
Introduction

Scientific name Ailaropoda Meleanoleuca

Scientists don’t know if it’s a raccoon or bear.

what they look like
What They Look Like:

White with black spots—they look like raccoons

Fur is thick, but also soft and silky

They stand about five feet tall

They have strong, short legs and shoulders

Short arms

Their eyes are black and their ears are black

habitat
Habitat

Chinese mountains up high

Damp – lots of plants grow

Rainy, water close by

Lots of bamboo close by

Trees near by

Dampness helps them climb

Forest

climate
Climate

70 degrees

80 degrees

Not too hot, not too cold

life span
Life Span
  • 20 years in the wild
  • Pandas in zoos live up to be 25 or 30 years old
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Food

Eats 3,500 stalks of bamboo a day

20-40 pounds of bamboo a day

Spring flowers

how they act
How They Act
  • Sometimes climbing
  • Sleeping in hidden areas
  • Finding bamboo
predator and prey
Predator and Prey

Predators

Rodents

Sometimes steal people’s meat

Sometimes fish

PREY

Lions

HUMAN

Wild dogs

Leopards

babies
Babies

Usually, one baby born at a time

When twin cubs are born, the weaker one dies

physical adaptations
Physical Adaptations
  • Black eyes make pandas look scary and protect them from predators
  • Black and white color helps them camouflage
  • Ears pop out so they can hear things well
physiological adaptations
Physiological Adaptations
  • Pads on feet help them so they don’t slip when they climb
  • Strong muscles, legs and shoulders which help the panda climb to get food and provide protection from it’s enemies
  • Strong paws and big claws to eat bamboo
behavioral adaptations
Behavioral Adaptations
  • Climbing in trees and mountains
  • Pandas sleep 2-3 hours when tired
  • They move slowly
  • They are shy and spend a lot of alone time
  • They do move quickly when climbing trees
fun facts
Fun Facts

Black and white helps camouflage the panda from it’s enemies

A panda cub weighs 10kg when first born

They have a small layer of white fur

They can’t see or hear for 5 days

Pandas have 11 different calls to communicate with one another