Jackals and leopards prey on adult pandas, while the yellow-throated marten, a relative of the weasel, sometimes preys on baby pandas. Humans are the greatest panda predators. More »

Due to their unique habitat and large size, giant pandas have no predators in their natural environment. Human poaching and habitat loss pose the biggest threats to giant pandas, leading to their classification as an end... More »

Pandas use their physical strength, large molar teeth and strong jaw muscles to protect themselves. They also rely on their natural climbing and swimming skills to flee from predators if the occasion calls for it. More »

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 »

The giant panda has very few natural predators, thanks to their large size and physical capabilities, but some predators include jackals, leopards and yellow-throated marten, which prey on giant panda cubs. Snow leopards... More »

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 »

Pandas have adapted to their environment thanks to their sixth toe that they can use to eat bamboo more efficiently, their large head with a strong jaw that can chew bamboo and the digestive system that pandas use in ord... More »