How Do Pandas Communicate?

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The pandas communicate through scent marking. The panda makes an exudation from the anal glands and then smears this onto tree barks and rocks. A panda will abscond a mark to publicize she is in heat and ready to reproduce or to mark domain. Another panda can tell a lot from a scent mark, comprising of the gender, age, disposition and procreative condition.
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How Do Pandas Communicate?
Giant pandas do not communicate the way other animals do. A panda's face cannot display facial expressions. With no crest or mane, there is nothing to stand upright. Ears aren't tall enough to cock forward, and tails are too stubby. Because of these... More »
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Pandas are mammals that are mainly found in China and they are also referred to as Giant pandas. Pandas have their own distinctive way of communicating such as scent marking whereby a panda rubs its anal gland on a tree trunk or rock. A panda also has vocal noises which are different to convey different message. Pandas have 11 different noises.
Pandas do not roar or growl like other bears do. Instead they make a bleating sound to communicate with each other. They may also huff, bark, croak, or squeal. You can find more information here: http://www.sandiegozoo.org/animalbytes/t-giant_panda.html
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