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Pandas Are Here To Nap Along With You

Pandas Are Here To Nap Along With You


Cute Panda Videos are all that you need to see to make your sad day, happy!

Know some more about these white and black animals below:

  1. Panda Bear (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) is an omnivorous mammal that is native to south-central China.

2. These fluffy and cute animals have many fans around the globe because of their soothing colour and furry texture.

3. A common panda may be white with black-patches around its eyes and ears, but it is interesting to know that they are pinkish-brown in colour when born.

4. These bears are found in the temperate mountain ranges of China, as this region is covered with bamboo forests, which is a treat to them.

5. The pandas have been declared as a vulnerable species by the IUCN. Though they have carnivorous teeth like their predecessors, they still eat fruit and bamboo to prevent early extinction.

6. A panda is a spirit animal for all the foodies out there, because it spends 14-hours eating (approximately, half a day), and ends up eating 14-38 kilos of bamboo shoot a day.

7. The bamboo diet of the panda and their ability to poop approximately 28 kilos a day does not make them excessively fat. Thus, they do not need to hibernate during the winter season.

8. It would not be wrong to declare a panda as the laziest animal among the entire animal kingdom because apart from eating, they sleep for the rest of the day.

9. There is a possibility that the concept of naps after meals was derived from pandas. They tend to sleep for 2-3 hours after each meal.

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10. The panda is an introverted animal by nature as they tend to live away from their families. They live with their family only during their breeding season between March to May.

11. Apart from their lazy habits, they still prove to be useful to the environment. The microbes in their waste are used in the production of biofuel.

Pandas, because of their cuteness and also, laziness, made a special place in the heart of humans! Do you know, they have even served as one of the mascots for the Beijing Olympics.

Blog Edited By Ritika Gupta

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