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Giant Panda Fun Facts

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Human poaching and destruction of habitats have decimated the giant panda population.
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Though the ancestors of pandas were primarily carnivorous, pandas have evolved to consume bamboo mainly.
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Cellulose is the main component in bamboo, which pandas cannot digest, so they have evolved to process it through their digestive tract rapidly.
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Pandas are solitary and mainly rely on their sense of smell. Their territories are relatively small and often overlap, and they use scent to communicate.
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Giant Panda
Panda gestation periods are an average of 135 days, though the fetus only grows for 60 days, resulting in cubs that are, on average, 4 ounces at birth.
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Pandas commonly have twins but are usually only able to care for one cub at a time in the wild.
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The classification of pandas has caused some controversy; they have been previously classified as bears, raccoons, and their own species.
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Pandas' thumb-like wrist bones are used for eating bamboo and cradling their young.
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China increased giant panda conservation efforts since the 1990s, leading to pandas moving from endangered to vulnerable.
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Panda cubs are particularly vulnerable at birth and will not leave their mothers until they reach 1.5-3 years of age; the mother will not become pregnant again until the cub leaves.