Panda Facts – Interesting and Fun Facts About Pandas

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Interesting Facts About Pandas

The giant panda has the largest molar teeth of any carnivore.

The extra digit on panda helps them to tear the bamboo and their gut is covered with a thick layer of mucus that protects them against splinters.

Pandas are skilled tree climbers and are effective swimmers.

Pandas mark its territory by using its tail that has scent gland beneath it.

Pandas give birth to one cub a time. It’s very rare to give birth to two cubs.

Panda infants stay with its mother for 18 months, until it is independent enough to establish its own territory.

Panda’s spent at least 12 hours of their day in eating bamboo.

Pandas have been a symbol of peace in China.

It takes seven years for a male cub to grow into an adult and five years for a female cub to become an adult.

Young pandas stay with their mothers for three years.