Where are pandas located?


Giant pandas are native to south-central China. An endangered species, they are now found in the central Chinese provinces of Sichuan, Shaanxi and Gansu. They share part of their habitat with the much smaller, raccoon-like "red" pandas, which are also found in parts of the Himalayas and northern Myanmar.

As of 2014, there are an estimated 2,000 giant pandas remaining in the wild and another 200 or so in captivity at zoos across China and around the world. The pandas live mainly in thick coniferous and bamboo forests at elevations from 8,500 to 11,500 feet. Unlike other bears, these solitary animals do not hibernate, and instead migrate to lower elevations to keep warm in colder months.

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Giant Pandas are only found in the wild in China. They are located in six mountain ranges of the Himalayan Mountains, Qinling, Qionglai, Da xiangling, Xio xiangling, Minshan and Liangshan
Pandas are only found in the undisturbed mountain forests of some parts of central China. They do not tolerate humans well, and are most at home in the bamboo forests which provide
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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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Giant Pandas live in forests in China.
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