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  • 1. Clara Arango Mr. Bachmann Biology period 6 Source: http://www.chinatouristmaps.com/assets/images/travelthemepic/sichuan/giant-panda.jpg Giant Panda
  • 2. Stats
    • length: 5ft. (standing erect) females slightly small.
    • Weight: up to 265lb.femeles slightly small.
    • Color: black and white.
    • Lifespan: 20 to 30 years in captivity.
    • Population:2000 pandas.
    • Source: img.ibtimes.com/www/data/images/full/2011/03/17/75437-giant-panda-cubs-are-seen-before-a-group-photo-is-taken-at-the-bifengx.jpg
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  • 3. Food Source
    • Bamboo
    • Berries
    • Fruits
    • Flowers
    • Fungi
    • Grass
    Source: http://thegreenloopblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/03/bamboo-forest-3.jpg
  • 4. Habitat Map
    • Source: http://pire.psc.isr.umich.edu/files/photo/Map.jpg
  • 5. Habitat
    • The panda first appeared 2 to 3 million years ago. Originally, panda territory included South and East China and parts of Myanmar and Northern Vietnam. Fossil evidence shows that pandas lived almost as far north as Beijing.
    • pandas are found in six isolated forest areas in Sichuan, Gansu, and Shaanxi provinces in China.
    • Source: http://slack.net/~rd/wanglang/panda_facts_files/image002.jpg
  • 6. Scientific Name
    • Giant Panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca)
    • The scientific name means, "black and white cat-footed animal.“
    • Source: http://www.mccullagh.org/db9/d30-7/panda-1.jpg
  • 7. Human Interaction
    • Today the principal cause of its decline is the erosion of its habitat due to crop cultivation or from natural cause such as die-black of bamboo.
    • As its natural habitat becomes increasingly surrounded by human settlement to panda can no longer migrate to unaffected area.
    • The Chinese people now support any measures necessary for the panda's protection.
    • Pandas in the zoo interaction with human.
    • Source: http://www.blogcdn.com/www.gadling.com/media/2011/02/atlanta-zoo-jack-black-panda.jpg
  • 8. Social Structure
    • Adult giant pandas are generally solitary, but they do communicate periodically through scent marks, calls, and occasional meetings. Offspring stay with their mothers from one and a half to three years.
    • The giant panda has lived in bamboo forests for several million years. It is a highly specialized animal, with unique adaptations .
    • Usually single cub.
    • Lifestyle habit: solitary.
    • Source: http://www.topchinatravel.com/pic/city/chengdu/attractions/panda-7.jpg
  • 9. Reproduction
    • Gestation: 5 months.
    • Breeding season: Not known, but thought to be April.
    • Gestation is five months long, and 1-2 young are born (although only one is ever raised). The young are 3.2-4.6 oz (90-130 g) in weight and 5.9-6.6 in (15-17 cm) long at birth and are blind and helpless .
    • Source: http://relivearth.com/wildlifereporter/files/2011/02/cao-cao.jpg
  • 10. Works cited
    • http://nationalzoo.si.edu/Animals/GiantPandas/PandaFacts/default.cfm
    • http://www.worldwildlife.org/species/finder/giantpanda/panda.html
    • http://www.worldwildlife.org/ogc/species_SKU.cfm?gid=25
    • http://firstmonday.org/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/rt/printerFriendly/890/google-11sep2001-1115am.gif