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My biology project on the Giant Panda

My biology project on the Giant Panda

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  • 1. Ailuropoda melanoleuca
  • 2. What is it?
    Scientific name:Ailuropoda melanoleuca
    Common name :Giant Panda
    Classification:
    • Kingdom:Animalia
    • 3. Phylum:Chordata
    • 4. Class:Mammalia
    • 5. Order: Carnivora
    • 6. Family:Ursidae
    • 7. Genus:Ailuropoda
    • 8. Species:Ailuropodamelanoleuca
    Relation: Bears and Raccoons
  • 9. Adaptations
    Long Toenails
    Sixth Toe
    The Pandas Large Head
    The Pandas Fur
  • 10. Global Populations
    1960s-1990- Rare
    1990-1994 – Endangered
    1994-2004 – Endangered
    2004-2009 - Endangered
    1960s-1990- 800-1,200 Pandas
    1990-1994- 1,000-1,200 Pandas
    1994-2004- 1,600 Pandas
    2004-2009 – Less than 1,500 Pandas
  • 11. Geographic Habitat Range
  • 12. Preferred Habitat of Species
    Preferred
    Tolerated
    coniferous forests
    The Zoo
  • 13. Why is the Giant Panda Endangered?
    Human’sHauntingPandas.
    Bamboo Shortages
    Low Reproductive Rate
  • 14. Preservation
  • 15. Will the Giant Panda Survive?
    Will the Giant Panda Survive?
  • 16. LINKS:
    Endangerment Source
    http://www.earthsendangered.com
    • http://bioweb.uwlax.edu/bio203/s2007/barger_rach/adaptations.htm
    • 17. http://www.theenvironmentalblog.org/2008/06/endangered-giant-pandas
    • 18. http://www.giantpandaonline.org/naturalhistory/habitat.htm
    • 19. http://www.pandasinternational.org/faqs.html
    • 20. http://www.animalinfo.org/species/carnivor/ailumela.htm
    • 21. http://www.yourdiscovery.com/animalplanet/bears/greatbears/giantpanda/index.shtml

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