5 Interesting Facts about Giant Panda

5 Interesting Facts about Giant Panda 1. Giant Pandas Eat and Eat and Eat 2. Pandas Have Quite a Bit Common with Carnivores 3. When They are not Eating Pandas Rest and Rest and Poop and Poop 4. Pandas have Tiny Cubs Because of their Poor Diet 5. Pandas’ Black and White Fur May Help Them Camouflage

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2. Pandas Have Quite a Bit Common with Carnivores

A panda’s digestive system is more closely related to that of a carnivore than an herbivore, which explains they don’t digest plants very well. Fortunately, they have other adaptation that helps them chow down on bamboo stocks including large powerful jaws.

Pandas are mammals which means they are warm-blooded animals, with fur and feed their babies on their mom milk. Pandas belong to the bear family but are different from other types or species of bear that scientist argued if they are actually bear or not at all. Recent testing proves that Pandas really are bear although there are some important differences between Pandas and other types of bears. For example, Panda’s cannot roar like other bears do, instead they growl, bark and sometimes may sound sheep.