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Adopt a Giant Panda

Giant pandas have come to symbolize endangered species and international wildlife conservation efforts around the world. They inhabit the remote temperate bamboo forests in central China. Pandas use their elongated wrist bones that function like thumbs to grasp objects bamboo stalks, their primary food source. Pandas are usually solitary animals that spend most of their day feeding. They are skilled tree–climbers and efficient swimmers. Pandas do not hibernate. In the summer they move to higher elevations to stay cool and in the winter they move to lower elevations to keep warm. The most serious threat to giant panda is the loss of habitat. Much of their lowland habitat has been destroyed by farmers, forest clearing and development. This fragmentation of habitat can make finding food difficult for the panda. Any climate change that alters the natural range of bamboo will also be a detriment to the panda's ability to find food. Adopt a panda today!

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