Giant Panda Survival Adaptations?


The giant panda finishes majority of its day looking for and eating bamboo uses the rest of its day to rest. More so because giant panda bears do not hibernate like other bears, their genetic adaptations are extremely significant to their survival as it allow them to easily forage for, consume and digest bamboo, since the giant panda must search for food on a year-round basis. In addition they usually try to escape predators by climbing trees
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Pandas usually try to escape predators by climbing trees, a skill at which they are very good. However, pandas may also choose to swim away from predators.
The cuddly looking giant panda is the rarest and most endangered species of the bear family. Its distinctive black and white markings, fluffy coat and ponderous, waddling walk endear
1. the Panda's "thumb" which is not a thumb, but an elongated wrist bone, that allows them to grab bamboo with their hands. 2. Their teeth. Though pandas are carnivores
Large, flat molars, it has developed a wrist become "pseudo-thumb" that are geared to feed on life. No hibernation behavior. Anonymous
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