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Pandas are well know basically all around the world. Their coating is black and white makes them standout in so much ways. This creature is considered a treasure in china. Pandas mainly live in bamboo areas in the high mountains of china. They’re pretty much big animals they consume on the average around 25 pounds of bamboo every day. To this day there is around 1,800 pandas in the wilderness and they can grow up to 4 feet and higher. They average weight is around 200-300 pounds.

  • Pandas play a crucial role in the bamboo forests where they roam by spreading seeds and facilitating growth of vegetation
  • wildlife such as dwarf blue sheep, multicolored pheasants and other endangered species, including the golden monkey, taking and crested ibis
  • Pandas bring huge economic benefits to local communities through ecotourism

 

Source: WWF

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