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Pandas: Giant Pandas
Transcript of Pandas: Giant Pandas
Pandas are known to have a vertebrate, meaning they have a backbone.
Giant Panda's Background
Pandas have many adaptions to help climb and eat bamboo, such as their five regular appendages, sixth thumb, strong limbs, jaw line and tough digestive system, to break down different type of bamboo.
Some More Info on Pandas!
(an animal that id dependent on external sources of body heat)
(an animal that is dependent of internal generation of heat; warm blooded animals
Giant Pandas Reproduction!
Giant Pandas start heat when about 6.5 years of age and usually give birth around 7.5 years old. In the beginning of the cycle, Pandas use Courtship by marking scents and mating with male Giant Pandas creating new life, in a safe cave, filled of bamboo leaves . The offspring first appearance looks pinkish and wont be able to see until delvoped.The mother panda nurtures her cubs until grown enough to be independent.
Pandas: Giant Pandas
Giant Pandas have Fur and Hair to keep warm or be able to maintain homeostasis.
Pandas are large, black and white coloring animals, with white on their fur and black on their eyes, ear, legs, and arms.
Pandas often live in temperate climates in coniferous forests or mountainous forests, in provinces of China.
Pandas also have a big round face and strong jaw line to eat bamboo. They have flexible, yet agile joints, strong limbs and legs to help walk and climb.
Obtain Food and Oxygen:
Yes (Food: Bamboo) and they breathe oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide.
Do they maintain homeostasis:
Yes, by using fur and hair to keep warm and water to cool down.
Live birth/egg birth/etc: Live Birth!
Giant Pandas normally walk by swaying their heads back and forth and using their paws, only stopping for resting and eating.
Websites used to get Infomation!
By: Serena Robinson
The life span of a Giant Panda is about 20 years of age. in the wild, but is capable of living 30.
5 Fun Facts about Pandas
Chinese custom believe that the Giant Panda symbols Ying and Yan bringing peace and harmony equaling balance.
Pandas spend about 14-16 hours a day eating bamboo.
Young pandas can stay with thier mothers for as long as 3 years with 3-4 cubs at a time.
It takes about 2-3 days mating with a another panda to create new life.