How Long Do Giant Pandas Live for?

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The lifespan for giant Pandas is estimated to be somewhere between 15 and 25 years. They live in remote mountainous areas that have dense forests of bamboo and it is characterised by a black-and-white coat.
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According to and article published in the Ottawa Citizen on August 17, 2009, there are 15,900 giant pandas living in the wild and 180 have been bred in captivity. There are only 20
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