Have you ever seen Panda bears?
The Panda Bear is same size as of a black bear in India. An adult Panda is about 5-6 feet high and weighs up to 276 pounds.
They eat mainly bamboo. Panda Bears eat over fifteen different kids of Bamboo. Because of an inefficient intestinal system the Panda must feed for 12 to 16 hours a day. They can eat 22 to 44 pounds of bamboo each day. When they eat fresh bamboo shoots, they war about 84 pounds every day.
The giant Panda Bears live o the mountain sites of China because the habitat is suitable to them. The giant Panda Bears have massive head, heavy body, short tail, rounded ears and plant grade feet. With their shorts claws they are capable of climbing trees very easily.
The fur of the giant Panda is thick and coarse. it consists of a coarse outer layer ad a very dense, wooly- like under fur. To touch, the fur feels oily. This oil protective coating helps in protecting Pandas from the cool ad damp climate in which the bears live. The basic color of the Panda is white with black patches over eyes, ears, legs, feet, chest ad shoulder.
Female giant Panda bears do not normally mature until they are 5-7 years of age. Mating begins in late –March and continues into May. Males will often roar to announce their presence to females. When cubs are born they are blind initially and very small. They weigh from 3-4.5 ounces. Giant Panda cubs will eat bamboo by the time they are 5-6 months.
Pandas live for 25 years. Giant Pandas do not hibernate. The reasons for this are twofold. First, the natural food sources of these bears are not sufficiently high in calories and protein to allow them to put on fat resources to last a lengthily period of hibernation. Second, they live in a habitat zone where food is available on a year round basis.