Why Is the Giant Panda Endangered?


The panda is endangered due to habitat fragmentation and loss. The areas in which the pandas live in is becoming smaller and because of human activities such as logging, farming in forests and road building.
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Due to poaching and Deforestation Also, they are dieing because there is a shortage of bamboo, and the fragmentation of their habitat. Finding new bamboo forest when their territory
Giant Pandas are endangered because of poaching and development of
Believe it or not... ONE reason is the worlds Health food nuts from a decade or so ago! They were already in trouble, but suddenly their bamboo groves were being harvested much faster
Giant pandas are threatened by habitat loss. According to the WWF, their forest habitat "is increasingly fragmented by roads and railroads." As human habitation expands
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The giant panda is actually one of the most endangered animals in the world. Only approximately 1,600 of these rare bears are still surviving. They are majorly threatened by poaching, human intrusion, habitat loss and difficulty breeding in captivity.
The Giant Pandas have trouble breeding which is a large contributor to their endangered status. They are also victims of food shortage, loss of habitat, and poaching. You can find more information here: http://www.sandiegozoo.org/animalbytes/t-giant_panda.html
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