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Dear children, you must have seen in the documentaries a panda that looks like a big bear, rolling, eating leaves and walking slowly. The panda is a chubby animal, also called Mighty Panda because of its thick and long body.

Zoologists recognize it as a species of bear and call it the panda bear, we can call the brown, black bear and snow bear the cousins ​​of the panda.

Where is the panda found?

The panda is found in bamboo forests in the central provinces of China.
It digs wet soil in a thicket of bamboo trees and makes a pit and hides in it. Like the bear, the panda can stand on its hind legs and swim in the water, but it stays away from the water and climbs easily.

The panda sees less during the day, but sharpens at night. Its sense of smell is so keen that it seeks food and its companions.
Breeding
The female panda gives birth to one or two young in the spring.
At birth, these babies are like a big rat. The mother breastfeeds the baby for about a year and keeps it with her for a year and a half.

Types of pandas

Qin Ding Panda

Two species of pandas, the Qing Ding Panda and the Red Panda, are found in China.
You will be surprised to know that all the pandas found around the world are owned by China. Outside of China, all Pandachins have been leased. There are about 300 of them in the world.
Red panda
The red panda is also called the little panda and the red cat-like bear.

It is found in the mountains of southwestern China and the eastern Himalayas. It is slightly larger than a pet cat. In addition to bamboo, it also eats insects, eggs, and birds. They are very rare and live up to a maximum of 22 years.

The red panda is very angry and attacks immediately when teased. The panda sleeps 14 hours a day and spends the rest of the day eating and drinking and sitting in one place. Panda eats up to 15 kg of food in a day. Keeping a panda in a zoo is very expensive, as it is very expensive to provide fresh bamboo trees for its food.
The panda was known only in China until the 19th century. In 1869, a local Chinese gave a panda skin to a Christian preacher as a gift, thus introducing the animal to Europe for the first time. In 1916, a German zoologist, Hugo Weigold, regularly mentioned the panda and researched the animal.

Pandas are also among the animals that are in danger of extinction. Many research centers have been set up in China for the release of this animal and its hunting has been banned by the Chinese government. The 2008 Olympics were held in Beijing, China, with the prominent panda symbol.

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