Pandas and the secrets science are trying to prove

Articles Aug 10, 2019 06:17

A lot of information about pandas are being published after decades of observation, study and research. However, does that mean we've already understood pandas?

Where are the pandas often living

According to the latest science and recent publication, the wild pandas in nature often find many in the provinces of Central, China. Featuring many bamboo forests and a cool climate all year round, this is where pandas tend to look the most.

Pandas and the secrets science are trying to prove
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How long are the pandas alive?

Pandas typically have an average life expectancy of 20 years, however recently there has been a record-setting when there was one of the world's oldest pandas that died at the age of 38.

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Pandas and the secrets science are trying to prove
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The panda is believed to have died at the age of 38 named Jia Jia, the world's oldest captive-born panda, who died at the age of 38 on Oct. 16, 2018, in Ocean Park in Hong Kong China.  

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What Panda eats 

Pandas and the secrets science are trying to prove
Bamboo makes up about 99% of the giant panda's diet. Source: Worldatlas 

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Panda's favorite food is the topic of interest and most commented over the years. In a recent study recently published has demonstrated that Panda's food is mostly bamboo. However, for some varieties of pandas that have other characteristics of the wild Panda will have other favorite food, only 1% of the food in addition to bamboo can be said:   

Captive pandas also eat fruits (they love apples the most), nutritious "panda cakes", and steamed cornbread. In the hot summer, they are fed ice with apples in it to cool them down. The food is strictly selected, going through several rounds of examination before being fed to pandas, to make sure the pandas get enough nutrition, and for the safety of pandas.

Wild pandas prefer hunting for pikas and other small rodents as the last part of their diet, though pandas are not very fast, so injured and wounded animals are more within their league.

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