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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Why are Giant Pandas Endangered? Why are Giant Pandas Endangered? As of 2004, there are about 1600 Giant Pandas left in the wild. There are also only about 300in zoos. Pandas do not reproduce often:*Pandas can only get pregnant 2-3days of the year*Only one baby survives to adulthood*The cub is 1/900 the size of the mom*The baby is blind at birth*The cub opens its eyes for the firsttime at 6-8 weeks*The cub starts to move at 3 months Panda habitats are being destroyed:*The most serious threat for pandas is habitat loss.*Pandas have a diet of 99% bamboo*They must eat 10-20 lbs of bambooper day*Bamboo is being cut down for morespace for farming and development*It is hard for the pandas to find otherlocations of bamboo once they run outin their area double click to change this title text! WHY? The WWF has been helping Chinaundertake the National ConservationProgramme. Their logo has made panda's the most recognizable animals in the world. The red mountain range in China is the only place in the world that pandas live in the wild. How Can You Help? 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 Species Panda Population Compared to Other Endangered Species Giant PandaBlack RhinoCross River GorillaBlue WhaleSnow Leopard The easiest way to help save thepandas is to donate to the WorldWildlife Fund for Nature. Everydonation counts towards saving the pandas. If you want to take even more measures, you couldadopt a panda. This will providea safe environment for a panda.
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