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    Bamboo People Book Report

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    attract some juvenile readers, the candor and simplicity of Perkins’ writing make not just the book, but the intellectual and political ideas behind the plot and theme, accessible. Short chapters help the book’s readability as well. Bamboo People is a novel that is skillfully told that we realize only much later that we’ve been educated to boot—which is as should be. The novel introduces not one but two different cultures. Perkins weaves information about language, food, customs and religion into the story, making it informative without being awkward. Food is shown: “I squeeze lime over my food and start eating” (9). Later Tu Reh thinks, “Peh places both hands on my shoulders. I try not…

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    the giant pandas, we need to establish more nature reserves with more understory bamboos. Understory bamboos are not only an important food source for the giant pandas but also a profitable plantation for local people. More importantly, it is an inevitable part of the Eco-forest system. Besides, we also need to do more research on the giant pandas because they are an iconic and important species, beloved by the people of China.…

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    Giant Pandas are native to China, where they are considered a national treasure. However, pandas are endangered. Only about 1,600 live in the wild, and about 100 of them live in zoos around the world. Also called, great pandas, parti-colored bears, white bears, and bamboo bears, Giant Pandas are distinguished from other pandas by their large size and black-and-white coloring. The bold coloring actually may provide camouflage. Giant pandas live up to their name. They are 4-5 feet (1.2 to…

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    The Red Panda Diet

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    - and upload their adorable hijinks to the internet for the world to see (Jason G. Goldman).” As you can see by this quote red pandas are very interesting for their diet, behavior, population, habitat, threats, protections, and life cycle. The red panda diet is very simple when it comes to what they eat on a daily basis. Most of the red panda diet is made up of bamboo. Red pandas eat up to eighty-five percent to ninety-five percent of bamboo, while the other five percent-ten percent of their…

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    Giant Pandas Sixth Block 4/11/2017 Kennedy Rives Giant Pandas original homeland is from China. Technically, Giant Pandas are considered bears due to their traits. They happen to be the exact size as the black bear. They are very large animals weighing up to 300lbs. The Giant Panda ranges from 4-5 feet tall, the height of small adults and middle age children. Giant Pandas have a distinct eye catching color, black and white. Their territory is in the Chinese mountains. They make homes in…

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    Red Panda Research Paper

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    The red panda, also known as a lesser panda or Ailurus Fulgens, is a mammal native to southwestern China and eastern Himalayas. Since 1996 it has been labeled as an endangered species. It is also the last representative of the family Ailuridae and although it may have panda in its name, it is not related to the giant panda which is of the Ursidae family. The red panda has reddish-brown hair along with a long and furry tail. It is slightly larger than a domestic cat and feeds mainly on…

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    While pandas live in the zoo the pandas are facing many threats in their sustained survival. The situation is really dangerous and there is a risk that giant pandas could become extinct. There is a danger of them becoming extinct because of road construction, mining, natural disasters, climate change and there is more production of waste. I think panda’s environment should be changed because they are becoming threatened because of the climate and construction changes. Bamboo is also becoming…

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    As people cut down more and more bamboo to clear land for building, industry and farming, the panda loses its food source and its home. Also the giant panda is very slow to reproduce, it has only a few babies during its life, and the female pandas are only able to become pregnant for 2-3 days each spring. Even after giving birth, the newborn cub is blind, hairless, and very tiny. It is completely helpless, the cub cannot move much on its own for nearly 3 months, the survival rates are small so…

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    the same habitat, they have similar bamboo diets, and they both have a pseudo thumb. How Giant Pandas look Giant pandas have a distinctive black and white fur coat,…

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    Ailuropoda melanoleucas, or commonly known as giant pandas, are rarely found in the wild. East of the Tibetan plateau in South China in a mixed broadleaf forest is home to the giant panda. There are only around 1600 panda bears on the earth right now (Goodall, Maynard, Hudson 169). Mankind is the reason for the endangerment of the giant panda, thus we should work to preserve their life line. The giant panda was thought to be a white leopard with a small head, and short limbs, with black and…

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