Pandas, like all other mammals, give live birth. Pandas breed only once a year; mating season occurs from March to May, and females are in heat for 2 to 7 days. During this time, a female typically mates with several mal... More »

Donkeys birth live young. Donkeys are members of the genus Equus. This family includes similar looking animals such as horses and mules. The term "donkey" encompasses both the male and female animal. The jenny, or female... More »

Dogs can typically give birth without human intervention. However, there are ways that owners can help. More »

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Pandas are not marsupials; instead, they are placental mammals. Marsupials carry their young offspring in a pouch, whereas placental mammals like pandas and other bears do not have pouches. More »

Pandas eat various plants, insects, grubs and occasionally meat from small mammals in addition to bamboo. Bamboo consists of 99 percent of a panda's diet in the wild, and they only gain nutrients from other sources 1 per... More »

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Female giant pandas raise their young alone without the involvement of other adults, and while they may give birth to two cubs at once, there is usually only one survivor. Cubs are born small and helpless, unable to move... More »

Pandas drink water. Wild pandas can get much of the water they need by eating bamboo but usually need more fresh water than bamboo alone can provide. More »