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China's Panda

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Taylor Pittinger

on 26 April 2010

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China's Panda In China, the Panda Bear is known as Bamboo Bear, which in China means Daxiongmao: "The Large Bear Cat" The Panda has been around in China for over 600,000 years. The first fossils exist in Burma, China. Today Panda's belong in local area's where China belives that the Panda's will posses a magical power that could protege against natural disasters, along with evil spirits. By: Taylor Pittinger Panda's are known as the most
endangered species on the planet. The Chinese government has taken steps
to protect the dying off species. The Chinese take good care of the Panda's
keeping them in safe location, but do not allow
Panda's to trespass in farm land. Most Panda's live in dense bamboo
forests for vegitation. The Chinese believe that the Panda's
spots are for protection from preditors Most like other bears we know,
Panda's can be very dangerous.
Although, Panda's are captive in
area's where most adapt to humans. The Chinese Panda Bear's population is decreasing dramatically. To show awareness of the Panda, a celebration will be held be on May 11th, every year to help with their habitat, vegitation, and salvation. Civilians will perticapate in the following:
Feeding the Panda's
Planting new bamboo forest
Clean the Panda's local living spaces
And could donate a small portion to either food or reproduction sources.
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