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According to the Smithsonian National Zoological Park, the giant panda's natural biomes are coniferous and broadleaf forests with dense bamboo growth under the forest canopies. The forests giant pandas live in are typica... More »

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Giant pandas are becoming extinct due to extensive habitat loss and destruction by hunters. Habitat loss destroys bamboo, which is the giant panda's sole food source. It also isolates pandas causing a reduction in the ra... More »

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The giant panda uses its four strong, stocky limbs to move between the many sources of bamboo, which they need to maintain their weight and health. Pandas live in mountainous country and are adept at climbing and coverin... More »

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Grizzly bears typically live in forests, woodlands and prairies. They thrive in parts of the United States such as the Rocky Mountains in Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park, the alpine meadows and mounta... More »

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Giant pandas gestate for 1.5 months after fertilization, and they are born blind and helpless at a weight of between 0.2 and 0.3 pounds. Unlike most bears, they are born with a thin layer of fur. They first open their ey... More »

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