What Is a Group of Pandas Called?

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Pandas aren't social animals and don't group together. A group of pandas may possibly share a large feeding territory, regularly only meeting to breed. Males are called boars, Female pandas are called sows, and the young are called cubs.
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I believe they are solitary beasts and only join a female at mating time
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Baby panda bears are called cubs. Cubs open their eyes after 50-60 days and begin to crawl around 10 weeks. Cubs can walk around 21 weeks old.
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Panda's are not social animals and do not group together.
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According to this, it is from the Nepalese: panda 1835, from French, apparently from the Nepalese name of a raccoon-like mammal (lesser panda) found there. First reference to the
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