Giant Pandas: The Decline Of The World

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Due to our high demand on resources and things happening around the world animals are going extinct. A Giant Panda happens to be one of those animals. They are black and white. Black on the ears, around the eyes, muzzle, shoulders, and legs, and white everywhere else. Giant Pandas are usually 2 to 3 feet tall and about 6 feet long.
There?s an estimated 1600 pandas left. While 300 of those pandas live in zoos, mostly in China. The reason for this decline is that pandas in their natural habitat is in forests or in the mountains in Southwestern China are being cut down. They are cutting down the forest because of Chinas population growth. This is pushing the pandas into small isolated areas. Also like all pandas they eat bamboo, which is also being cut down and it is not being able to regenerate.
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Not only are laws helping but also zoos. They are taking very good care of the pandas. Not only are they giving them bamboo they also give them carrots, apples, and sweet potatoes. Pandas also happen to live longer in zoos than they would in the wild.
It is important to help out these pandas and the other animals going extinct. Without animals this world would not have any life, it would just be dual. Just like humans animals also have hearts they are living creatures so we should treat them just as equal as

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