Why Does a Panda Have Black and White Fur?

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Giant pandas have a typical appearance of thick black and white fur that equips them for life in cool forests. Their white fur with black markings is distinctive, with black patches round the eyes and ears, black legs and a black strip around the shoulders.
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why would it matter. they were just given that color. that is what they ended up with. not everything has to have a meaning
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Not all pandas are black and white, but the Giant Panda is known to sport these colors. It is believed that Giant Pandas have these contrasting colors to warn other pandas to stay
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AFAIK, the raccoon is indeed the panda's closest living relative. That having been said, "The tree canopy in the giant panda habitat appears spotted. As a result, the panda
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Pandas developed the black and white colors over time so they would stand out in the
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Not all pandas are black and white, but the Giant Panda is known to sport these colors. It is believed that Giant Pandas have these contrasting colors to warn ...
Not all pandas are black and white, but the Giant Panda is known to sport these colors. It is believed that Giant Pandas have these contrasting colors to warn ...
Not all pandas are black and white, but the Giant Panda is known to sport these colors. It is believed that Giant Pandas have these contrasting colors to warn ...
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