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Baby pandas are nursed by their mothers for the first eight to nine months of life. They start eating solid foods, such as bamboo, when they reach 6 months of age. More »

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Baby pandas are known as cubs. Female pandas carry their babies for about 5 months, and have no more than two cubs at a time. Cubs are extremely small when they are born, weighing less than six ounces. More »

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While red pandas are weaned from nursing and begin eating solid food after 5 or 6 months of life, it will typically stay with its mother for a period of about 8 months, though red panda cubs usually stay close to their m... More »

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While red pandas are weaned from nursing and begin eating solid food after 5 or 6 months of life, it will typically stay with its mother for a period of about 8 months, though red panda cubs usually stay close to their m... More »

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Pandas have three natural enemies that prey on them: leopards, jackals and the yellow-throated marten. While generally peaceful animals, pandas use their physical strength and natural skills to defend themselves when nec... More »

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Based on information from the Smithsonian Institution, pandas eat primarily bamboo. In fact, in the wild, 99 percent of a panda's diet consists of bamboo. Of course, pandas also eat some other foods. More »

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In the wild, giant pandas have an average life expectancy of 14 to 20 years. Pandas in captivity live substantially longer, with Chinese scientists reporting zoo pandas as old as 35. More »

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