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Red Panda

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Zoey Portorreal

on 18 January 2013

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>Usually found in eastern Himalayas and
southern China.
>they eat, live & raise their babies in forest mountain terrains.
>Red pandas are omnivorous Threats Output If red panda would extinct it would be harder for the Forrest to grow.
Many small mammals, birds or mice would have an increase in population which could carry many diseases into a a near by village/town Snow Leopards Red Panda Red Panda Fun Facts :D 1! 5! Red pandas use their tongues to detect different scents. 2! To stay warm, red pandas sometimes roll into a ball, with their heads tucked beneath their chest and nose pushed between their hind paws. 3! If a red panda's den is discovered by a human more than once, the mother panda may respond by eating her cubs. 4! Male red pandas will fight with each other by standing on their hind legs and boxing with their claws. Red pandas do not like water. 5! Humans Martens >eat may food such as vegetable and meat >Red Pandas diet consist of mostly bamboo but they also eat small animals such as mice and bird eggs. A large cat native to the mountain ranges of Central Asia
Usually eats Bharal but since they are also an endangered species there's not enough, so the turn to other alternatives. Martens are omnivorous animals related to wolverines and weasels FoodWEb Humans use , take, hunt, eat Flow of food /energy What If.... What Can We Do as people.... What we do to throw off balance Humans tend to take what they need, well at least what we think we need. Due to our massive demand we need more resource. So we turn to forests to make use of everything that's in our path.
Which is
Deforestation helps -We can get an education and come up with a solution!!
-We can have a fundraiser and send it to the
Forest Guardians. Links http://www.bearlife.org/red-panda.html



http://www.kidsgeo.com/images/carbon-cycle.gif Carbon Cycle How It Would Work
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