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Synonyms for panda

large black-and-white herbivorous mammal of bamboo forests of China and Tibet

reddish-brown Old World raccoon-like carnivore

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The cubs, born pink with sparse white hair, will be cared for in a maternity area of the giant panda house for several months, and "twin-swapped" between an incubator and their mother so they have time to bond with Er Shun.
The Giant Panda is one of the most endangered species in the world.
The findings help explain how giant pandas can survive on a low-cal, nutrient-poor diet of hard-to-digest bamboo.
BRITAIN'S only female giant panda has conceived - but it could be some time before experts know if she is pregnant.
Giant pandas are one of the world's most endangered species.
But he broke that record when paired with Xi Mei at the Sichuan Giant Panda Research Center in China.
Players select a P-5 hero based on the five giant pandas living at the Chengdu Research Base, each with its own personality.
The results of the BLAST and phylogenetic analyses suggest that a human pH1N1 virus was transmitted directly to giant pandas without recombination or significant adaptation.
Giant pandas are an endangered species, with fewer than 2,000 left in the wild.
China has launched a TV channel that provides a live stream of giant pandas 24 hours a day.
Summary: 62 giant pandas at the Bifengxia Panda Base survived the China earthquake.
NYSE: FDX), will rise to the challenge again this spring, donating its logistical expertise and in-kind transportation for two giant pandas heading from Chengdu, China to a new home in Toronto, Canada.
THE UK's giant pandas could be ready to mate within the next month, according to zoo experts.
Subsidiary of FesX Corp (NYSE:FDX) FedEx Express on Sunday announced that it has safely delivered two three-year-old giant pandas to Paris Charles de Gaulle International Airport in France.
TWO giant pandas are beginning their new life in Scotland - signalling a "significant chapter" in relations between China and the UK.