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Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Giant Panda

Beauty Of Animal | Giant PandaGiant Panda, or Panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca, and this literally means "black and white cat-foot") is with the mother for the Western, Central and South West China. And can be recognized easily by the distinctive patches of large, black around the eyes and ears, and the apparatus through the tour. Although it belongs to the carnivores, and diet of the panda bamboo is 99%. The pandas in the wild eat grass sometimes, wild tubers, or even meat in the form of birds, rodents or carrion. In captivity may receive honey, eggs, fish, potatoes and shrub leaves, oranges, bananas, or with feed prepared for that purpose. Giant pandas live in mountainous areas of the few in central China, especially in the province of Sichuan, but also in the provinces of Shaanxi and Gansu. Due to deforestation, agriculture and other development has been the motivation behind the panda of the low-lying areas where live once.
Panda is to preserve the endangered species themselves. A report issued in 2007 239 pandas living in captivity in China and 27 others outside the country. Population estimates vary wild; one estimates show that there are about 1,590 people living in the wild,  while a 2006 study by analyzing the DNA is estimated that this number can be up to 2000 to 3000. Some reports also indicate that the number of pandas in the wild are on the rise. However, nature does not believe that there is sufficient certainty so far to the reclassification of the endangered species of the weak.
While the dragon has historically China's national emblem, in recent decades has also served panda theme for this country. Image shows a large number of silver and modern Chinese commemorative gold, platinum and coins. Although often assumed to be docile panda, has been known to attack humans, presumably from irritation rather than predatory

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