How many giant pandas are left in the world? Why is so little known about the giant panda? Why do giant pandas have black-and-white fur? Giant Panda answers these and many other questions about this endangered species. Find out where giant pandas live and why they breed so slowly. Learn about their favorite food, bamboo. Read about how the growing human population of China has affected giant panda habitats, and what the Chinese government has done to save the pandas. See how the giant panda has become a symbol for conservation efforts around the world.
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