Giant Pandas belong in this domain as they are composed of eukaryotic cells that have a specific task or function in the body. They are larger cells that possess membrane- bound nucleus and membranous organelles (including endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi apparatus, chloroplasts, and mitochondria). Like a prokaryotic cell, they also possess a plasma membrane, cytoplasm and ribosomes. Aksi giant pandas perform cell division through mitosis and reproduce sexually through meiosis.
Kingdom : Animalia
Giant pandas are multicellular; they possess more than one cell composed of eukaryotic cells. Their cell structure possess multiple smaller vacuoles and no cell wall or chloroplasts. Giant pandas are heterotrophic as they cannot make …show more content…
They have recurved, non- retractile claws as well as plantigrade feet with five digits on each food. Their heads are rather large and their teeth include premolars and molars designed for crushing, and long canines. The giant panda and have flattened molars suited to their strongly herbivorous diets.
Giant Panda is one of the four living ailuropoda left that have not become extinct. Unlike other bears in the Ursidae family who have rounded eyes, ailuropoda have vertical slits. They possess very distinctive black and white markings, The limbs, eyes, ears, and shoulders are all black whereas the rest of the body is white. Also they have a "S" shaped and backwardly directed baculum. Unlike other bears, pandas do not hibernate but they will descend to lower elevations during the winter.
Species: A. melanoleuca
Average adults measure 120 - 180 cm (47-71 inch) long with a tail of 10–20 cm (4–8 inch) long. Wild giant panda weighs 60–110 kg (132–243 lb) and captive giant panda weighs 80–150 kg (176––330 lb). They typically lives around 20 years in the wild and 30 years in captivity. A notable feature is an extra digit on the hand known as "the panda's