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Adaptations of a Panda :)

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Annabel Hammer

on 16 December 2013

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Transcript of Adaptations of a Panda :)

Pandas have an extension in their wrist that helps them grasp bamboo better for eating.
They have very strong jaw muscles to chew the bamboo since it is such a hard plant.
Pandas live in bamboo forests in the mountains of western China. They eat bamboo along with many other foods. Pandas are one of many other endangered animals, only about 1,600 live in the wild and about 200-300 live in captivity. Unlike other bears, pandas do not hibernate. In the winter they move to lower elevations to stay warm. Panda cubs are born blind and if there are twins, only one cub survives.
Pandas have large and smooth molars which makes it different from other bears since they only use their molars to chew bamboo.
A panda's claws help the panda not only defeat predators, but also climb trees.
Pandas display aggression by lowering their heads and staring directly at the predator.
Their large molars not only help them eat, but they also have a very mean bite.
Pandas also have great swimming abilities to help get away from predators.
Even though pandas are unlikely to attack physically, they will also claw and growl loudly at the predator for self defense.
Adaptations of a Panda
Physical Adaptations
Behavioral Adaptations
The Basic Stuff
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