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The giant panda is a bear that lives in central China. It is special because of its black and white fur. Pandas belong to the most endangered species of our world. About 2000 pandas live in the wilderness, 300 live in various zoos around the world. Recently, there have been campaigns in many countries to save the giant panda. It has been driven away from its natural habitat because of deforestation, intensive farming and the creation of new settlements. The giant panda can reach a height of up to 1.5 metres and weigh up to 150 kg. Pandas have bodies like bears, but scientists do not know why they grow a black and white fur. The thick fur keeps them warm during the cold winter months and the white colour protects them from possible enemies in the snow-covered mountains in which they live. Pandas have large teeth, which they need to eat bamboo, their basic food. The animals can eat up to 15 kg of bamboo a day. Because it is low in nutritional value it does not give pandas much energy to move around for longer periods of time. They spend most of the day roaming around and looking for food and water Giant Panda in Hong Kong A giant panda in Hong Kong-J. Patrick Fischer Giant pandas can live up to 20 years in the wilderness and 30 years in zoos. They start reproducing between 4 and 8 years of age. Mothers carry their babies in their bodies for a period of 3 to 5 months. When panda cubs are born they are blind. They are extremely tiny, only about a thousandth the size of the mother. Like all mammals, they get their food from their mother, whom they stay with for one and a half to three years before being able to survive alone. Pandas have a low birth rate. When a female gives birth to two
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