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    Giant Pandas Ailuropoda

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    Domain: Eukarya 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.…

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    The giant pandas-The endangered species among the animals There are wide varieties of animals living in our earth. Much number of animals got endangered due to the sudden civilization going around the world. This has lead to many environmental impacts and has affected the chain of the life cycle. Why are giant pandas endangered? Many animals got endangered due to unavailability of proper food and loss of shelter. There are still many animals standing on the verge of extinction. Giant panda and…

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    Conservation of Giant Panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) Taxonomy Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Ursidae Genus and species: Ailuropoda melanoleuca Introduction The Giant Panda is classified as ‘Endangered’ on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Formerly widespread across southern and eastern China, Giant Pandas are now restricted to six mountain ranges at the western edge of their former range. Habitat restriction and degradation represents the…

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    Panda Research Paper

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    world. Pandas are becoming extinct. This species of mammals are a happy, cute, cuddly looking teddy bear that lives in the Asian continent and frequently seen in captivity. The pandas are not a dangerous type they are loving and kind to all creatures. Sometimes they can be funny, entertaining, and immature. A good example of this is what a panda did to a Washington Post Reporter; the Panda turned around, put up his stubby tail, and relieved himself (“Powell” 32). This demonstrates how the panda…

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    Panda bears are a beautiful species but it won't be a species for long if we don't help them, They are in extreme danger of extinction. Panda bears are in the edge of extinction because their habitats are destroyed by humans, some are killed by poachers, and they have a hard time surviving in reproduction. To illustrate, Why are Panda bears in extinction why can't they be like dogs that you can see them everywhere.Pandas habitats are mostly destroyed by humans, when they destroy their…

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    Red Panda Research Paper

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    I believe Red panda are very important for many ecosystems. Red pandas are smart intelligent animal. Red pandas are more related to the raccoon then a the giant panda. Red pandas can be dangerous if you threaded them . Red panda are endangered because the home forests are getting smaller and smaller. The Red panda are very fun animal to watch. There habbit is the cooled temperature in the bamboo forests. these bamboo forests are located in Sichuan, Yunnan, and Xizang provinces in…

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    Baby Squirrel Analysis

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    This makes the giant panda the only known bear species that is predominantly a herbivore. Currently, giant pandas are listed as endangered: farming, deforestation, and other development has greatly reduced their natural habitat. Giant pandas are found only in Mainland China, and have always been revered as a cultural icon. Pandas have even been used by the Chinese government as diplomatic gifts in foreign policy interactions. Dubbed “Panda Diplomacy,” this practice dates back…

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    San Diego Zoo

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    When I get a ticket, the place that I will want to visit most is the San Diego zoo. This is a zoo that was opened in San Diego in 1915 and as such it has been into existence for a very long time. The zoo has different types of wildlife that both local and international tourists can be able to see. There are different things that I will want to do when I visit this zoo and I am sure that many good things will happen in the course of my visit. When I visit San Diego zoo, the first thing that I…

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    and also Chinese medicine systems of traditional medicine. Another circumstance, would be that of the giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca), native to south central China. In which Chinese scientists estimate that only roughly 1500 individuals are left in the wild. Making matters worse, many giant pandas have been overserved to have lost their natural breeding instincts ("National Zoo 's Giant Panda Undergoes Artificial Insemination". NBC, Associated Press, 19 March 2008). A primate cousin of…

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    Imagine going on a vacation to the beautiful country of Australia. Australia has many adventures to offer but all you can think about is that you get the chance to be up close and personal with a koala bear. Unfortunately when you arrive to Australia, you find out that you are no longer able to see the koala bear because it is now extinct. With the rate of extinction today, our favorite animals may be gone within the next century. It may seem like this is a long time away but because of…

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